The long awaited Android Jelly Been 4.3 update  for Sony's Xperia Z handset has finally rolled out... ehh, well - kinda. A version popped up...
Posted 13/Dec 2013 at 19:37
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The day after I bought my Xperia Z, I used Sony's official bootloader unlock instructions to unlock the bootloader and flash the latest...
Posted 7/Oct 2013 at 14:23
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About three years ago I was a latecomer on the smartphone market, when I got myself an Sony-Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro (gosh, that's a long...
Posted 21/Mar 2013 at 15:34
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So, what did you do last Friday night? Ask your typical friendly neighborhood nerd and chances are you'll hear that they've been doing...
Posted 21/Jan 2013 at 18:38
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My quest for getting Android to run on my Raspberry Pi continues, but I fear that it stops here as well. The Android Pi Wiki mentions that...
Posted 23/Oct 2012 at 01:49
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It's already a while ago that I got my second Raspberry Pi and haven't really been doing anything with either one of them for a while. But,...
Posted 22/Oct 2012 at 23:38
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This might be my shortest post ever, but I might come with a longer review of the newsly released Vegas Pro 12 at a later point. Right now,...
Posted 27/Sep 2012 at 01:44
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Not too long ago, I started to do some Full HD, stereoscopic 3D editing and found that the Sony Vegas line of products appeared to be the...
Posted 3/Sep 2012 at 14:43
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Google has had it for some time now. Dropbox announced it today. Amazon Web Services uses it. Many corporate VPN solutions use it. Internet...
Posted 27/Aug 2012 at 13:51
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After just about one hundred yers, the residents of Sel, a small town in the center of Norway, will find out what Johan Nygård has hidden in...
Posted 24/Aug 2012 at 13:47
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Most lighthouses are built close to the sea, but not all that many are in danger of being swallowed by it.
Posted 14/Aug 2012 at 12:48
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For anybody following Google IO 2012 today, skip on and find something else to read. You already know it. If not, keep reading.
Posted 27/Jun 2012 at 21:52
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About half a year ago, back in the cold month of February, a good friend told me about the Raspberry PI - an very small, very basic computer...
Posted 22/Jun 2012 at 13:55
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Some time ago, I wrote about the great pleasure I got from updating my SE Xperia X10 Mini Pro from Android version 1.6 to 2.1. Some days ago,...
Posted 17/Nov 2011 at 16:57
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Moments ago, Google+ opened up for another very promising feature: Pages. They have promised this since the beginning, and months of patience...
Posted 8/Nov 2011 at 15:59
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Some time ago I stated that Google Plus was rather open. Back then, I actually thought it was completely open - but people still actually...
Posted 20/Sep 2011 at 22:29
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Google frequently tests small changes in their algorithm, and most users don't notice that. They also test small changes to their layout, and...
Posted 12/Sep 2011 at 17:33
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I maintain a number of websites, and basically every website I maintain does something with Facebook. A bit scary, in a way actually, to...
Posted 8/Sep 2011 at 14:14
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Sometimes when I'm working one exciting new projects, I get exciting new ideas. And sometimes when I'm working on not so exciting projects, I...
Posted 1/Sep 2011 at 15:30
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