A gleeful look back at Sonic through his 20 year history, and a review of the most recent game, Sonic Generations. I’ve completed it, and you know you want to hear my take on it all. Sonic is cool, and you are cool for liking him, right? I has pretty pictures too!
Apple’s ‘walled garden’ is supposed to leave iOS users safe and secure from a lawless world of rogue apps. Apple verify each app for stability, security and quality before it gets listed. So, what if I told you that there could be apps there now, accepting remote commands and stealing your data. Don’t you think you should know about it?
The PS3 was recently shown by GeoHot / fail0verflow to be the most ill-secured modern console system. Endemic problems have led to it being completely hacked, and on the horizon is a world of executables which your PS3 cannot distinguish from genuine ones. Cue – lawsuit.
Is this current crisis the first salvo in an internet war which will change the internet forever? With US Government interference already admitted by PayPal, has the penny dropped that the Internet is not as free as we believed?
Vapourware describes a product, usually software, that has been announced by a developer during or before its development, if there is significant doubt whether the product will actually be released. It is software which at best is still in development, and at worst is no more than an interesting concept in the mind of someone at the organisation. Vapourware is sometimes announced with great fanfare as a spoiling tactic to hurt sales of a competitors already launched product.
One of the cheapest removable hard drives I have ever seen – at 500GB for £38. The only downside is gold… Michael Jackson gold!
Did you know that a new version of Windows Live Essentials is on the way, and the beta is already available for free download. It contains loads of apps, Mail, Movie Maker, Family Safety, Messenger, Outlook Connector, Sync and SkyDrive.