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Monthly Archives: December 2008
BBC NEWS | UK | Website age ratings ‘an option’ “Mr Burnham, a father of three young children, believes internet-service providers should offer child-friendly web access” Many UK ISPs already offer “child-friendly web access”, by including bundled parental control tools … Continue reading
Up there with Apple’s classic “Bug fixes”.
John Gruber has posted one of his usual thoughtful pieces on the role and usage of “private” APIs in the iPhone – APIs which exist, but are not part of the public frameworks which developers are supposed to use. John … Continue reading
Joe Wilcox is right: Apple used a standard move from the PR playbook to push the really bad stuff down the agenda. In announcing that Apple would no longer be attending Macworld Expo and – almost as an side – … Continue reading
Jason O'Grady has a good post summing up the theory (first espoused by American Technology Research analyst Shaw Wu) that Apple is "recession proof". In fact, I think there's good reason to think that the opposite it true, but also … Continue reading
The DRM on Nokia’s “Comes with Music” service has, it seems, been cracked (or more accurately, bypassed) already. When will they learn?
It looks like Wikipedia has fallen-foul of the long reach of the Internet Watch Foundation, which has decided to block pages on it. The main offending page is dedicated to the rock band The Scorpions album "Virgin Killer", which featured … Continue reading
A couple of people have asked me to enumerate the five things which Apple needs to fix if my next phone is to be an iPhone, so, in no particular order, here they are. 1. Open up development I don't … Continue reading
This is pretty impressive: OK, this is niche, point-of-sale stuff – but it’s an interesting look into an obvious future trend.