As it is National Science and Engineering week, IBM Hursley are running Blue Fusion 2011 - The official press release summed it up quite well, and also contains a list of this year’s activities:
HURSLEY, U.K. – 11 Mar 2011: More than 450 students from 80 schools across the South of England will be celebrating National Science . . . → Read More: Blue Fusion 2011
Since buying an Android phone I have been starting to think about using it to read books. The screen isn’t bad, and it turns out that there is some good software out there
Aldiko is a fantastic program for reading free ePub books, so I am working my way through a few H. G. Wells . . . → Read More: eBooks on Android
I gave in to the whole “smart phone” thing on the a week ago and ordered a HTC Desire online. The phone arrived last Tuesday and has barely been out of my hand since.
The hardware is fairly similar to the iPhone in shape, but a matt-black back casing and sort of purplish-metallic looking trim. . . . → Read More: HTC Desire – Android rocks!
I have been wanting to write about this for a while (well, since Roo first wrote his post) but wasnt sure whether to just point to Roo’s post, or whether to repeat the contents of it here. I have decided that posting the 4 videos would feel too much like plagarism, so check out Roo’s . . . → Read More: Physics Games