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Another week, another round of sales and another thousand or so app offers to trawl through – most of them in a script you don’t recognise. Relax, we’ve done the hard work!
SSDs can only be written to a limited number of times. This is a challenge, particularly for erasing data and doing so securely, which can vastly reduce performance and shorten SSD drive life.
Think of your favourite stand-up comedian, then take away their carefully rehearsed routine.
Another week, another flurry of sales. This week: a famously Kickstarted daily journaling app, help with turning mobile photographs into beautiful posters and last year’s best game for half-price.
SaneDesk exists to restore this lost level of sanity to your Mac’s desktop, in stunningly simple fashion.
Thirty years on we can stream Carl Sagan’s groundbreaking documentary for free on YouTube, and still learn something from it.
Finding the best deals on apps in an endless sea of promotions can be just as hard as writing an interesting introduction to the same column each week.
It’s refreshing to see the Infinity One, a pair of $25 earphones that don’t suck, and far more interesting to hear that they are the work of two young teenage brothers.
The show is now in its third season, with a total of 23 episodes online for your perusal. Here are a few of my favourites.
A plant-based diet might not be everyone’s idea of a great time, but if you decide to take the plunge you’ll soon find the Internet is your new best friend.
Every now and again a game will be released that shifts many preconceptions about what a mobile game should be. This week we’re lucky enough to have two of them on sale.
DIY Dammit is the antidote to bad Internet craft advice, overcoming failure with comedy and apathy.
Unlike cheap hardware, cheap apps are often quite the bargain – but you’d better be quick.
VLC for iOS does rather a lot that Apple would probably rather it didn’t. It’s also better than iTunes for media on the go. Here’s why.
No television program documented the early web quite like NetCafe. Watch some classic episodes right now.