If George Orwell wasn’t already spinning in his grave after the surveillance news we’ve had this week, he’s probably rotating fast enough to generate electricity by now.
Policing budget cuts and rising insurance costs have led to some road users taking the business of collecting evidence into their own hands. The question is, does this put us at the top of a very slippery slope?
In the light of the attacks on staff of French magazine Charlie Hebdo, the Tories have started talking about the “Snoopers Charter” again.
You may have noticed that it has been almost a month since my previous post. Well, perhaps some sort of explanation is in order.
Here’s an interesting trend that we are starting to see –town planners using data from smartphone apps to plan infrastructure improvements, such as bike routes.
The widely publicised flaw in Bash dubbed Shellshock is pretty old news now. Linux distributions were patched a while ago through the various package managers and I’m pretty sure BSD has been patched too. However, not so OSX.
When you first dip your feet into the strange world of cycling, you’ll discover that as pastimes go, it’s geek heaven.
During Apple’s recent iPhone 6 and Apple Watch announcement, they also revealed that every iTunes customer would get U2’s latest album for free. A free album you say, what could possibly go wrong?
Good news everyone! Lift Labs, the people behind the inspiring Liftware Spoon, has been acquired by Google.
I’ve been trying to muster the enthusiasm to write something about Apple’s new watch and jumbo iPhones, but I’m not sure I care enough.