From The Official Motorola Blog: It’s another step in making it easier to unlock your phone on the go and keep your personal information safe. An average user takes 2.3 seconds to unlock their phone and does this about 39 times a day—a process that some people find so inconvenient […]
It’s a departure from their normal ads, but it still shows off the way people love to use the product. Here are some of my favourite decals from Etsy (which I’m expecting is going to be seeing an increase in decal sales now) and elsewhere: Superhero skin keyboard decal (I […]
The DiRT Directory makes it easy for digital humanists and others conducting digital research to find and compare resources ranging from content management systems to music OCR, statistical analysis packages to mindmapping software. A great idea. If you’re looking for tools to do data analysis, screencasting or even use an […]
What Are Restrictions? If you have an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad, then you’re running iOS – Apple’s operating system for mobile devices. iOS doesn’t have ‘Parental Controls’ built into it in the same manner that its older sibling, OS X does, but (like brother and sister) they share more […]
Founded in Brooklyn to help people communicate all over the world, the goTenna: “…enables you to communicate without any need for central connectivity whatsoever—no cell towers, no wifi, no satellites—so when you’re off-grid you can remain connected. In fact, goTenna will even work if your smartphone is in “Airplane Mode”” […]
From The Guardian: The creator of Minecraft – Star Wars – A New Hope recently released a new trailer (above) for their film, which is also due to be finished in 2015. The project has involved painstakingly recreating sets from the first Star Wars film (retitled as Episode IV following the prequels […]
Tutorial: Get up and running serving webpages from your Raspberry Pi.