At the beginning of January I decided to ditch the endless array of external hard drives and move to a central NAS type system for all my storage needs. After weeks of deliberation […]
Today sees the 57th anniversary of the birth of the data storing barcode. Google changed their front page to have “Google” as a bar code. (See the video below). It seemed like the […]
I have also been a keen believer in protecting your most valuable assets. Cricket boxes, baby car seats cycle helmets and of course the invaluable iPhone case. I have been protecting my mobile assets […]
If you are a keen photographer and use the Flickr site you will know that the iPhone has become one of the the most popular cameras for sharing photographs online. Now with the […]
This is a little bit of an exploration post to find out how the TotalApps community secure files for transport via email. In a technological era of moving our valuable data to ‘cloud […]
This week’s special Win Wednesday is a chance for one lucky RSS subscriber to walk away with a copy of the brilliant Call of Duty 4 shooter for Mac. To be in with […]
Following from our overview and review of iStopMotion we have an Express license of the brilliant animation software to one lucky RSS subscriber.
If you have ever had to keep a detailed record of your expenses you will know what a laborious task it can be to keep receipts and totals for the end of year […]
Educational Technology and Elearning are areas of teaching close to my heart. Leading educational technologist Jose Picardo is Head of Modern Foreign Languages in Nottingham and believes fervently in making education compatible with […]
Over the last view days I have been playing with Ping! a currently free instant messaging service for iPhone owners that makes use of the Apple Notifications service.