O2’s ‘TU Go’ App: Make Any Device Your Phone

O2 has launched a new app for iOS, Android and Windows 7 PCs that lets you text and call from multiple devices and computers using your existing mobile number. UK customers on pay monthly contracts simply plug their details into TU Go to sync texts, calls and voicemails across their tablets, mobiles and computers. The … Continue reading O2’s ‘TU Go’ App: Make Any Device Your Phone

Traktor DJ iPad App Review: Near Perfect Digital DJing

DJ iPad apps have been around for years, and on whole they’ve always been a bit hit and miss, generally falling into two categories: a midi controller or a virtual deck setup – neither of which particularly works well on a small tablet touchscreen. Well, those days are behind us as the company behind Traktor, … Continue reading Traktor DJ iPad App Review: Near Perfect Digital DJing

AirStash A02: Stream Theatre

I’ve just purchased an iPad mini. And in a dramatic break with tradition I didn’t max out on storage space as I have with pretty much every other Apple device I’ve purchased since my first foray into Mac Life in 2003 (with a PowerBook that still boots and gets online). This isn’t a break with … Continue reading AirStash A02: Stream Theatre

ION All-Star Dance: Wireless iPad Dance Mat

Apple haven’t been to CES for a long, long time yet still manage to dominate the show – much like Goddot in Stoppard’s classic play. The success of the iOS ecosystem has created many, many weird and wonderful peripherals that help you work, rest and play with you iOS device (and if you were wondering … Continue reading ION All-Star Dance: Wireless iPad Dance Mat

A look at Digital Theatre’s iOS app

I love a good theatrical experience and in this month I’ve had my mind blown by Fueza Bruta and the Master and Margarita (both of which are amazing artistically and technically and come highly recommended). But with so many amazing productions it can be hard to keep up – or find time to see them … Continue reading A look at Digital Theatre’s iOS app

YPlan: Do something different tonight

“What are you up to tonight?” That can be a difficult question at any time of year, but trapped in the hinterland between Christmas and New Year it can be especially difficult to answer. There are those of us that run their social lives with military precision, carefully co-ordinating between engagements, gigs, performances and so … Continue reading YPlan: Do something different tonight

The “Wind in the Willows” App Review

The Wind in the Willows is one of those timeless classics that has survived generations – and now it is being brought to today’s children via an app for iPad and iPhone. One of the things we all remember about the book is the beautiful illustrations – they have been drawn by many different artists … Continue reading The “Wind in the Willows” App Review

Sphero: Roll with IT

Among Michael Bay’s many crimes, first and foremost in my mind is “making robots boring”. Even when I learned as a child that robots existed and mostly put together cars, there was still a fascination with them until Bay managed to make “giant robots fighting” into an epic three-part snoozefest. If only someone could make … Continue reading Sphero: Roll with IT