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iPhone 7

The main feature of the iPhone 7 is dual speakers. lol what? The speakers are closer together than my ears, and with two of them, you’re going to get phase cancellation, which if you didn’t spend your teenage years in

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So Dr Craig Wright is still not Satoshi Nakamoto

The “Craig Wright is Satoshi Nakamoto” story is pretty shameful journalism from the BBC. Yesterday morning they were reporting on their front page that Wright had ‘revealed’ himself as Satoshi. They’ve since changed the wording to be more sceptical, but

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Yahoo

The whole Yahoo situation, i.e. putting its core business up for sale (unofficially), is completely non sensible and shows how broken the whole shareholder model can be sometimes. Yahoo really is two different companies: 1. A tech company in gradual

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email

About 12 years ago I received a much sought after invitation to a new email service which is now the behemoth that gmail is. Being one the first users I nabbed firstnamelastname@gmail.com and everything was great. Unfortunately, over the years,

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Google Fit

I started using Google Fit on my phone last week. Google fit is yet another app for recording exercise activity, but it’s a bit different from others in that it’s very passive. It runs all the time and tries to

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Macs

I’ve used a Mac for a few months now, primarily for iOS development using xcode. I was looking forward to trying a Mac because for years now people, especially other developers, have been saying they’re great and they’re Linux without

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Tablets

I bought my mum a tablet for Christmas, mostly because I thought she would find it very useful (she just has a desktop PC but spends a lot of time reading emails and websites), and slightly because I was curious.

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