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
Apple has released the latest beta of its Xcode development environment to the general public, and with it Swift, the company’s latest innovation in programming.
GOG has started to support Linux games, with 50 Linux-compatible titles available at launch. For a limited only, GOG’s Linux Offerings are 75% off. But not sure what to buy? Read on.
Laziness isn’t exactly a bad thing. In fact, it’s been said that laziness is a virtue. And laziness brought us the Monkey Kit.
There’s a new way for advertisers to track you. And there’s almost nothing you can do to stop it. It’s called Canvas Fingerprinting, and it can be found on almost five percent of the top 100,000 websites, from Whitehouse.gov, to dating site Plenty Of Fish. It allows websites to ‘fingerprint’ the browsers of their users, […]
Shared hosting. It’s the cheap option, isn’t it? And for a huge swathe of the population, it’s all they’ll ever need to host their website or web application. And when done well, shared hosting is scalable, fast and secure. But what happens when it’s not done well? Well, that’s when dangerous security issues start to […]
The Raspberry Pi Model B has been a hugely successful product, having shifted hundreds of thousands of units, and becoming an important platform for the education of computer science in schools. And it’s just received a much needed upgrade. The new configuration of the Raspberry Pi Model B is known as the Model B+, and will […]
Flying to the UK or US? Make sure your laptop and cell phone are sufficiently charged, as new, tighter security checks could see passengers potentially separated from their gadgets.
Fast. Reliable. Powerful. Here’s Why You Should Try Bitdefender Total Security 2015 [Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Giveaway]
This is the latest refresh to the Bitdefender antivirus package, which also comes packing some other features that make using your computer significantly more secure, without killing your performance.
There’s something quite magical about live music. But what if you live in a town where bands seldom tour to, or if you struggle to keep track of bands touring in your area? Or what if your schedule makes it impossible to attend live music, or if you simply can’t afford the high ticket prices […]
From the get-go, developers knew Apple’s new Swift was going to be big. But why should you care?
Screencasting is an awesome way to illustrate the use of software or games. Bandicamp distinguishes itself from other tools through simplicity and speed. And you can get it for free via MakeUseOf Rewards.
Uber has landed, and it’s fundamentally changing inner-city transit. And some might say, not entirely for the better.
You literally bought into iTunes and wish it could do more. Install the Tune Sweeper plugin to add album art and track information or remove duplicate files and orphaned data. Free with MakeUseOf Rewards.
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) like Private Internet Access is a way of pushing your network traffic through a remote server, allowing you to send and receive data as though you were from somewhere else. These have traditionally been the workhorses of the enterprise, allowing workers to remotely connect to the corporate network when away […]
Thank EU! Rules introduced by the EU designed to control the cost of using mobile phones abroad take force from the 1st of July.