Ever since Google originally announced Android KitKat back in October 2013 for their Nexus line of devices, owners of non-Nexus handsets have...
Posted 23/May at 14:45
by in Science & Tech / read by 121 people
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
by in Science & Tech read by 178 people
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
by in Science & Tech / read by 300 people
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
by in Science & Tech read by 84 people
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
by in Fun & Games read by 62 people
The road to getting my Nexus 7 has been long. Very long, to me. The device was announced back at the end of june, and back then only released...
Posted 3/Nov 2012 at 16:58
by in Science & Tech read by 28 people
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
by in Science & Tech read by 27 people
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
by in Science & Tech read by 146 people
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
by in Film & Video read by 315 people
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
by in Science & Tech / read by 790 people
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
by in Science & Tech / read by 130 people
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
by in Books & Literature read by 380 people
A short film (roughly 17 minutes) about a prostitute who finds her customer dead on her bed the next morning tries to cover up his dead and...
Posted 14/Aug 2012 at 18:38
by in Film & Video read by 48 people
It's like the advertisers can't do anything right. On the one end they - and the fashion magazines - are being criticised for only using...
Posted 14/Aug 2012 at 16:31
by in Sports & Events read by 9 people
Most people would know the EBU, perhaps without knowing it, from their annual Eurovision Song Contest, Junior Eurovision Song Contest and...
Posted 14/Aug 2012 at 13:31
by in Film & Video read by 10 people
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
by in Earth & Nature read by 36 people
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
by in Science & Tech read by 16 people
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
by in Science & Tech / read by 1771 people
Alright. So we did already have Dropbox and Ubuntu One. And this iClod thing from Apple. And WeTransfer to send big files. Along comes Google...
Posted 25/Apr 2012 at 15:59
by in Science & Tech read by 193 people
 
 

Wouter van Vliet

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