Its being reported that the Chrome OS is set to get Android applications in the coming months. This news probably has many people excited, firstly the non-tech folk who have a Chrome OS device and have looked in envy to the Play Store, whilst being on “show” for all Chrome OS users, doesn’t offer (at […]Read More Chrome to get Android applications
I remember dial-up. I remember the handshaking noises my trusty modem made. I also remember when the idea leaving a machine connected 24-7 online was unthinkable. Even when I ran a BBS I had set times it operated in (we only had one phone line in our house) Today, users, PC’s and apps blur the […]Read More Story Tracker (beta) – A free tool for writers!
Over the years I’ve looked at DosBox many times, I’ve covered it when it was included as part of the Puppy Arcade distro and I’ve covered it as a package in its own right. To say the package is impressive is to grossly understate this piece of software. But let me rewind a little as […]Read More DosBox 0.1.4 – For ChromeOS!
I’ve had a pleasant surprise. I have paid for 100gb of Google Drive storage for a while. I’ve been very happy with the service and price (around £2 per month), but I was told recently that because I’ve purchased a Chromebook, I’m entitled to 100gb for 2 years for free! – Thank you very much, […]Read More Web round up – Free stuff, NSA Jobs & new packages!
A look at an out-of-the-box, Ubuntu based Linux distro with a bias towards computing in the cloud! No matter if you are a Linux user or not, everyone seems to talk about the new GoogleOS which is due to arrive next year. These “big name” steps that are being taken to providing cloud computing will […]Read More REVIEW – xPUD 0.9.2
Vulnerability in Internet Explorer Could Allow Remote Code Execution ….An attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could gain the same user rights as the local user. Taken from the Microsoft Security Advisory posted on 23rd November 2009. We are beginning (IMO) a new era of computing, the once merely discussed computing in the cloud is […]Read More Why fear the cloud? Microsoft patches more Windows exploits.