According to the Urban Dictionary, Apple fans are called Apple Evangelists and it is to those radicals that I offer this latest post. There may have been some whispers and rumourings (new word) that I have switched my mobile OS allegiance (if you’re unfamiliar with what OS means, I’d stop reading at this point). I […]Read More A mobile apology
I remember our first computer. It was white, all white. The keyboard, mouse, CRT Monitor and tower unit. I don’t mean the sleek minimalist ‘Apple Corp white’, but an ugly ‘off white’. The dial up speeds seemed rapid at the time but now it is as if the thing was powered by steam. You are […]Read More ‘Google it’, nah ‘Instagram it’.
If you heard the term Raspberry Pi, you might well consider a fruit based dessert – covered in single cream. Or maybe even a strange take on mathematics’ 3.14 personality. But today Raspberry Pi, a charitable organisation launched (and soldout) their first batch of mini computers, and by mini I mean credit card sized. The […]Read More 1 x Raspberry Pi please
The rise and rise of Google’s Android mobile operating systems is frankly quite astonishing. From Cupcake, the first OS in 2008, to the newly released Ice Cream Sandwich, Android are getting better and better at making mobile operating systems sharper, smarter and increasing integrated. The infographic below has been around for a couple of months […]Read More 150 million and counting – Infographic
Socialites remain connected through the many networks that spring from the operating systems that underpin our mobile devices. The app marketplaces bulge with platforms with which we can stay plugged in to the social spheres that form our world. Forming circles is so easy with apps like Google+, Facebook, LinkedIn – sharing with groups of friends […]Read More Social Networking or Social Networks?
Applications, apps for short, are changing the way that mobile devices organise, aid and fill our lives. If these mobile toolboxes, diaries and entertainment systems are going to be in our pockets each day, if we struggle to pull them from our hands, then maybe it’s a good idea to choose the apps that are […]Read More it’s a shiny rectangle, but what’s inside?