Matthew Hughes is a software developer, student and writer from Liverpool, England. He is seldom found without a cup of strong black coffee in his hand and absolutely adores his Macbook Pro and his camera. You can read his blog at http://www.matthewhughes.co.uk and follow him on twitter at @matthewhughes.
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Matthew's Latest Posts
It’s really just ordinary people meeting a demand with resources they own, in order to make a profit – but what does that look like?
Do you know someone who loves technology and has recently moved home? With the holiday season looming, you might be wondering what to get that person.
What do you buy for someone who prizes experiences over things? Here are 6 awesome gifts you can get for the intrepid adventurer in your life.
It’s one of the best tools for managing diverse types of video.
Zubie is a small box that plugs into the On-Board Diagnostics (ODBII) port found in most modern cars. It allows users to find out how well they’re driving, and offers tips for extending their mileage with sensible, economical driving. And until recently, Zubie contained a serious lapse in security that could leave users vulnerable to […]
Black Friday presents itself as an opportunity to get the latest and greatest games for not very much money. And you don’t even need to leave your house.
Another week, another hard drive. This one is the Glyph Studio – a $199 external drive aimed at creative professionals. Read the review, then enter to win your own!
It’s been a rough few months for the embattled e-cigarette industry. Although intended to be a safer alternative to tobacco, the devices have been under attack by regulators in the US and Europe who have expressed health concerns about the nicotine-enriched liquid used. And now, there’s a new worry surrounding them that nobody expected. Your […]
Two Ways Your ISP Is Spying On You, And How To Be Safe [10 x SurfEasy Total VPN + BlackBerry Z10 Giveaway]
It’s a bad time to be a Verizon customer.
Nokia’s brand new Z Launcher is here, but is it any good?
Eager to cement their reputation with developers even further, Mozilla have launched Firefox Developer Edition; a cutting-edge spin on the popular browser loaded with features designed to make web development even easier.
Microsoft just released a significant part of its code under a permissive open source license. This move breaks with years of tradition. But why and what does it mean for you?
Can a 500gb portable hard drive really be worth $100? There’s a company in New York who thinks so. Meet Glyph Technologies, the makers of the BlackBox.
Running Windows? You should probably run your updates about now. A serious new vulnerability has been confirmed as present in all versions of Windows from Vista onwards which has the potential to let hackers execute their own arbitrary code. The issue (CVE number CVE-2014-6321) is rated critical by Microsoft, and affected users are being strongly encouraged […]
Want to process credit card payments on your Android device? Here are the best tools for getting it done.