I’ll go as far as to say that I hate Bluetooth device pairing!
Brave browser and Brave Payments are still in beta. Readers and publishers can now sign up to exchange crypto-currencies in lieu of online advertisement revenues. But have publishers begun accepting payment yet?
Here is the list of this year’s top ten most read articles. The 2016 list was dominated by Linux on Windows and Windows on Linux.
For the first time ever, I’ve spent more hours playing games on Linux this year than any other operating system or console. These were my favorite games in 2016.
Ten days ago, I asked “Whatever happened to Google Contributor?” Today, Google seem to have answered my question: “Contributor sign-up is currently closed.”
No edition of Windows 10, except Professional and Enterprise, is expected to function for more than 12 hours of the day. Microsoft most generously lets you set a block of 12 hours where you’re in control of the system, and will reserve the remaining 12 hours for it’s own purposes. How come we’re all fine…
I bought a copy of Titanfall 2 here the other day despite the IPv6 networking issues I faced when trying to get it. However, I had one serious qualm when buying it for Windows that almost made me decide against purchasing it: I can’t play it on the Xbox.
Google Contributor is an ongoing/abandoned experiment by Google where people can opt-out from the lowest valued advertisements and rather help directly fund the websites they frequent through Google’s ad platform. Instead of ads, they see kittens, thank-you notes, or the ad is hidden from view. Two years after the service was launched without any fanfare,…
Websites are deploying IPv6 at a breakneck pace these days. I’m happy to see this development and hope that it continues! The Danish online game retailer OnePlay.com seems to have thought it a good idea to deploy IPv6 without testing. It’s just a new version of the Internet Protocol. What could possibly go wrong?
Software updates are intended to keep your devices up-to-date with security updates and will occasionally slip in some added new functionality from the developer. However, why is the update experience designed so poorly?