Support for Windows XP (SP2) ending on July 13

Support for Windows XP (SP2) ending on July 13

Jun 20, 2010

Microsoft have reminded us – which means everybody – that support for XP with Service Pack 2 ends on July 13. That’s just a couple of weeks away. Please move on to Service Pack 3. Or Windows 7.

Delays!

Delays!

Feb 9, 2010

Apologies to everyone who has been expecting new shoes and hasn’t been seeing anything. Hectic schedules the past couple of weeks have thrown our upload schedule into a sort of chaos, however all is beginning to look good again. We’re currently editing the shows that have been missed and are uploading them to the site!

Windows 7 Sound Problems Addressed

Windows 7 Sound Problems Addressed

Oct 9, 2009

One of the primary issues that I found when running my first installation of Windows 7 RTM was a very serious problem with the sound drivers for the embedded sound card on my Gigabyte motherboard. While I certainly had sound, in many areas it was simply unusable. This manifested itself in that, when using a microphone, there was a significant (maybe a quarter-...

Pleo gets his plug pulled

Pleo gets his plug pulled

Apr 21, 2009

In a move that will probably come as a surprise to absolutely no one and annoy all 10 or 15 people in Australia who bought one, makers of the robotic dinosaur toy Pleo – Ugobe – are looking like they are themselves going extinct. The robot which was originally designed to be a self-aware being has been long considered an overpriced toy by any in the...

LG to take on the iPhone

LG to take on the iPhone

Apr 15, 2009

In an attempt to strangle some of the control from Appleā€™s iPhone, LG have today announced the new LG KM900 Arena, a phone that borrows a few design elements here and there while giving users a unique control scheme that should set the stage for future LG handsets. Running off of an AMD chip and using Flash as the operating system, the Arena is an evolution as...

Apple announce Nikon iPod

Apple announce Nikon iPod

Apr 1, 2009

Apple have today announced a partnership with Nikon in Japan to release the Nikon iPod or what we’re affectionately calling the “niPod”. The move apparently comes as people expect quality cameras to be blended with their music players, a trend that Apple looks to be following in the footsteps of companies like Samsung who previous had models...