We've been hearing a great deal about Google Glass over the course of 2013. Almost 10,000 lucky technology enthusiasts have been putting the wearable tech through its paces since Google opened up the Glass program earlier in the year. There's been a renewed focus on the Glass project in the last few weeks, with Google recently announcing that they are planning on expanding the initiative to allow those early beta testers to invite an additional three people each to get in on the Glass action.
With the iPhone having revolutionized the phone as we know it, it's no surprise that with the 6th-generation iPhone, it still remains one of the most popular handsets on the market. You can hardly get on a bus, train or walk down the street, without seeing someone with an iPhone.
Yesterday I was fortunate enough to be in the presence of some of the finest and most influential members of the jailbreaking community. Scores of iOS modding enthusiasts, reporters and developers turned out for the first ever jailbreak convention, now called JailbreakCon (formerly MyGreatFest), of which Redmond Pie was one of the key sponsors.
After having been announced back in March, the day has finally come! The first ever iOS device jailbreaking convention will be held tomorrow in London at the Old Truman Brewery at Brick Lane.
I have a free copy of Windows Vista Ultimate to giveaway. Its hot, ready and I am eager to give it away here on Redmond Pie on this New Year’s Eve. So you must be wondering what you would have to do to enter? Just leave a comment here on this post you are reading and you are in. You can be of any age to enter and yes its open for everyone around the world.
Last month we ran a small contest in which we asked our readers to design a bootscreen for the next version of Windows. The contest ran for a month in which we received 44 designs from 7 different readers. We promised to reward a free copy of Windows Vista Ultimate to the user who best [...]