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Chris Cardell

9 Android apps worth your time

When it comes to Apps (particularly iPhone apps), you can spend a hell of a lot of time downloading and playing with them, pretty much wasting your time. I try and avoid app overload, here are 9 apps that I would recommend. Pulse Pulse is now the only way I check news (mainly tech news), […]

WordPress 2.7… major release

Today WordPress released version 2.7, a major release of the world’s favourite free open source PHP blogging platform. Why should you care? Firstly, if you blog with WordPress then you’ll want to upgrade …

Come on Google… Chrome for Mac?

And Linux for that matter. It’s been almost three months since Google launched their very own browser, Google Chrome. Competing with Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Safari and Opera, Google Chrome launched …

2 years of improvements… VLC 0.9.2

VideoLAN’s VLC media player is one of the top dogs in the world of open source. After spending an eternity releasing 0.8.x improvements they’ve today released version 0.9.2. Almost any video or audio format you can think of, VLC will play without the need to install any codecs or additional software, the best thing is, […]

Detaching the Elonex ONE

Two days ago we unboxed an Elonex ONE for a first look review, you could say the tone was pessimistic and the overall conclusion was one of negativity. However, after detaching the Elonex ONE’s screen which relies more on brute force than any sort of clever mechanism. Detaching transforms the 70s looking laptop to something […]

Firefox… Guinness are thorough

It has been over a fortnight since the infamous Firefox Download Day, today we received an email from Mozilla stating that everything has been checked and the record for the most downloads in 24 hours has been officially broken/created. It seems however that the email was slightly delayed and actually it was official yesterday (02 […]

Bill Gates… The Philanthropist

You have probably heard that Bill Gates is retiring, the extent to which he is ‘retiring’ is not crystal clear, nevertheless when he has time in between his new philanthropy goals he will most probably be going back to Microsoft on occasions, since he remains a large shareholder in Microsoft. You can hear a snippet […]

Panic! Firefox 3 is beyond reach

Maybe this should have been spread out a little; it seems that it isn’t just us who can’t download the latest edition of Firefox. Even TechCrunch is unable to download Firefox and they are even receiving the old Firefox 2 download page. This reminds us of when Amazon went down, as we are now receiving […]

1 minute… Firefox will set the record

Mozilla Firefox announced it would be aiming to break the world record for most software downloads in 24 hours back on May 28th. In just one minute (better hurry up and finish the article, this is literally last minute) the day will commence and Firefox will hope to break the record set by… oh, no […]

Web analytics, AVG couldn’t care less

Grisoft have recently released the latest version of their AVG virus scanner, version 8. Back in December 2007 Grisoft purchased LinkScanner, this tool scans websites before the user has visited them. For example, when the user surfs Google, the tool will scan all results on the page even if you only decide not to visit […]