TV Catchup, like a load of apps these days is getting more pants by the minute - mainly because "broadcasters" don't want them streaming their channels ... welcome to the digital age people! Welcome.
Anyways, if you're like me and prefer to watch your non-commercial stuff (i.e; BBC) on the BBC iPlayer then you don't get bugged by adverts, however using TV Catchup to watch already commercialised broadcasts requires you to sit and watch yet another boring advert (this is obviously to help fund TV catchup), well if you don't wish to see this advert at... [read more]
My previous post explained about the UK Police's latest crackdown on torrent sites and along with that, they also shut down Immunicity (which was just a normal free censorship tool). So with Immunicity no longer working and also shitloads of proxy websites going offline every week, what's the next best option?
TOR. That's what. TOR stands for The Onion Router - and like a router does, it directs traffic in different ways... with this it directs internet traffic through a volunteer network allowing you to totally avoid any "This page is... [read more]
dhIMG Instagram is a free program that works on pretty much any computer running Microsoft Windows and allows you to download images and videos from an Instagram profile easily. This tool can be extremely handy if you are wanting to backup your Instagram profile and don't wish to save every image manually.
Even though this falls in the dhIMG family (for bulk image saving), the difference with this program is the option to also save any videos that have been uploaded to an (open/public) Instagram account.
The previous version of dhIMG Twitter that I released ran into a few problems when Twitter changed the way it shows images, which caused the original program to not fetch any images.
This has now been sorted in this version, so you should now be able to download your images once again.
If a similar problem does arise again, just give me a heads up and I'll try and get around to fixing it as soon as I possibly can.
You can download the latest version from:
For instructions on how to... [read more]
Well what a surprise, Apple will be once again rinsing you of even more money later this year when it releases the iPhone 6 - and I bet a load of you will once again still happily open your wallets and spend your money on their dribble.
It seems, obviously still rumoured (at the moment), that the iPhone 6 will NOT have the bog-standard 3.5mm jack (the headphone hole to you simpletons), which will mean all your current headphones, cables and connectors that you have once bought and currently use, will be rendered useless! (Feel free to... [read more]