Google IO starts today, and for Android developers and anyone who has more than a passing interest in technology, it's one of the most important and exciting days of the year. Google's live stream is available on the Google Developers site, but we'll also be streaming it straight from Google onto our blog. Check back … Continue reading Google IO 2012 Keynote Live Stream
I'm writing this blog post as Microsoft's announcement event has been underway for a few minutes now. Skipping all of the preamble rubbish, we'll get straight into what Microsoft has announced this afternoon in LA (or, early morning in Europe). Images from Ubergizmo's excellent live blog of the event. Hope you guys don't mind. The … Continue reading Microsoft Surface
The Raspberry Pi, for those of you who don't know, is a very basic computer, on a circuit board just a little bigger than a credit card. It was designed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation as a device that would allow anyone to get into computing. Whilst the early devices are aimed at devs and … Continue reading Raspberry Pi First Impressions
For those of you who follow us on twitter, you may know that JGM Software is involved in a collaborative project with Bruce Collie, a highly skilled independent developer, to create the Rendezvous app in just 24 hours on the 30th of June. This app is going to be sold to raise money for Marie Curie Cancer … Continue reading Rendezvous – an interesting project
If you've read my earlier blog post, you'll know that I've been using the Windows 8 Release Preview and I'll be posting comments and observations as I go along. Well, within an hour of installing the RP (or RC, to call it by it's proper, non-marketing name), I had found a bug. A quick Google … Continue reading Windows 8: A bug within an hour!
Windows 8 is a highly controversial product, and it's clear that people either love the new design changes, or they hate them. The introduction of Metro to Windows is definitely a step towards the tablet market, and it is those with touch screen monitors who will get the most out of Microsoft's new OS. The whole Metro Style App … Continue reading Windows 8 Release Preview First Impressions
Just over a year after it was first released, the PlayBook still isn't as popular as RIM would like it to be. RIM is in unarguably in decline. 6000 out of their 16500 global staff are expected to lose their jobs within the next few months, and it was announced today that BlackBerry has $1 … Continue reading BlackBerry PlayBook Analysis