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
When Edward Snowden fled from the United States to a Hong Kong hotel room, and then on to Russia, he took with him a massive cache of documents from the American intelligence establishment. These would form the main part of the Snowden revelations, which ultimately showed the extent to which ordinary people have been spied […]
At some point you’ve probably wished you could make your own iPhone games. It’s time to stop wishing and start doing.
Do new and cool things with the Google services you use every day. Extend and automate by learning the cloud based scripting language from Google.
Apple’s has been accused of recording everything – absolutely everything – you say to Siri, and passing it to a third-party. But is this really a privacy breach, or is there good reason for it?
Create mobile-first pages or code cloud solutions. There’s a lot you can achieve with key technological skills. Now, you can learn to code with Microsoft’s well-packaged courses on edX. Starting soon.
What is Multi-Level Marketing? Is it legit? And should you put your hard-earned money into it?
The Twiddler is a one-handed keyboard device which works using chording to theoretically enable typing at up 240 words per minute; and it has a mouse pointer. Mind blown yet?
If you owned a computer in the 80s, you almost certainly knew BASIC. Each microcomputer came with their own spin on the language, and it wasn’t uncommon to while away a Saturday afternoon copying code from a magazine line by line. The end product would almost always be some kind of game, or an interesting visual […]
You might not have heard of Lucidchart before, but I bet you’ve heard of Microsoft Visio.
A simple, free browser plugin killed Joystiq – and is ruining the Internet.
Have you ever wondered how programs on your computer and the websites you visit “talk” to each other?
What happens to your Facebook profile when you die?
Would you like to hear a secret? It’s a big one. Are you sure you can handle it? Okay, here goes. There are other web browsers besides Google Chrome.
A new feature in the latest Samsung smart TVs has put the Korean giant in a bit of hot water. It turns out they’ve been listening to everything you’ve been saying…
Internet love isn’t like in the movies, but it’s all around us. Here are tales of people falling in love on MMOs, malware research sites and more.