There’s a Starman
It was a pipe dream on a Tomorrows World program of world automation, here's my experience of Starships flagship robot delivery service.
My home wired network developed a faulty LAN port, and I didn't really want to pull new cable through the house. Thankfully with the Preciva Network Repair Tool Kit, Identifying the fault and fixing it, turned out to be much easier with the upgraded Network Testing Tool.
Install Games/Roms to your Retropie build.
In the demonstration, I'm going to use the Oliver Twins amazing "Wonderland Dizzy" a game they have donated for free as part of unreleased software they created over 20 years ago for the NES.
IT Guy vs The Video Tape…
It should have been so straight forward, a friend called up and asked, can I help her transfer video from a camcorder to hard drive as she had left the cables in […]
Ballistyx V1.05 for Mac is now available in the AppStore
I’m pleased to announce that V1.05 of my popular 90’s game converted and updated from the PC to Apple Mac’s, iPads, iPod Touch and iPhones has been released on the […]
Easter Gift for you – Newton’s Nonsense for iPhone/iPad
Hello, a short blog for you today, starting from Good Friday 29th March 2013 thru to 6th April 2013, we are giving away our own Easter Egg to all our […]
iPad and iPhone Apps I Use Regularly…
I’m often asked by friends and colleagues that recently purchased or acquired an iPad or iPhone, what apps I recommend or they should purchase. Apps are a very personal […]
Kids and Technology
I awoke to the sound of my iPhone bleeping at me, wondering who would be calling me at 10am on a Saturday morning? To my surprise it was an iMessage […]
Manic Miner and Machine Virtualisation
Along time ago in the late 90’s I started to create a gaming framework for windows that I could re-use quickly to create games. I chose the Microsoft DirectX7 SDK […]