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Chris Cardell

ipadtrilogy.com for sale £3,000,000?!

I haven’t been back since, but I thought I’d have a look to today to see if they’re just as hopeful. I was excited to find, that if anything, they’re more hopeful. Below are some of the …

Go away LiquidWeb!

You may not have heard of it (you will of experienced it), but there is a type of online advertising called behavioural retargeting. If you visit a website and don’t make a purchase, you’ll then see ads from that site on other websites. This is exactly what LiquidWeb has done. But they don’t just display […]

ThinkPad nipple RSI

Most of the time I use a Lenovo ThinkPad X200. It runs well, has a great keyboard and the famous ThinkPad nipple. I’ve not spoken to many people who like this type of pointing device, mainly because it takes a while getting used to. My first laptop was a very very old ThinkPad, so I’ve […]

Google… leader in favicon publicity

A favicon is a small 16×16 icon that displays itself in a web browsers address bar and tab beside to the page title. Only Google could create a frenzy over a favicon. Back in June 2008 their favicon was redesigned, transforming from a capital ‘G’ to a more elegant lower case ‘g’, this time they’ve […]

a2z2r.com… that’ll be £50,000 please

Recently we’ve discovered an eBay category home to the cheekiest, confused and optimistic of all eBayers. The sub-category ‘Domain Names’ within ‘Computing’ holds a vast array of astoundingly over-priced …

Not a great start… Android Source

Just under a month ago Google, HTC and T-Mobile unveiled the T-Mobile G1 to the world, the first phone to run Google’s new Open Source mobile operating system named Android. Tomorrow the G1 will be available at T-Mobile stores. Today however is an almost as big occasion (mainly for geeks) because Google have released the […]

Christmas List… BlackBerry & Pony

What with Apple’s brand and effective marketing the iPhone has fallen into the hands of almost everyone, tech teenagers looking for a unique device intended to intrigue others have found RIM’s BlackBerry. The yet to be released BlackBerry Pearl Flip, RIM’s first clamshell/flip phone is predicted to be a top seller this Christmas among teenagers. […]

Cuil… Internet ceases to expand

It’s been almost a month since the hype surrounding the launch of Cuil a search engine and Google basher run by a formal Google employee. On Cuil’s home page you can find the number of pages Cuil has

Cuil… back to Google then

Cuil, previously Cuill (before it went public), pronounced ‘cool’ launched (properly) on the 27th July. With millions in funding they’ve managed to create an incredible amount of hype for a search engine not worthy of such attention. Cuil is a new Google competitor that claims to have indexed 121,617,892,992 web pages that they say is […]

You’re being watched by geeks

Apparently one in three of your ‘colleagues’ who work in the IT department at work are poking their nose in your private activities; this is according to U.S. information security company Cyber-Ark. They surveyed 300 senior IT professionals and found that one third admitted to surreptitiously nosing a look-see, while almost half said they had […]