It's only recently been reported by Sky, that a numerous amount of their Android apps have been hacked and replaced on the Google Play Store. As you can see from the screenshot to the side, it's a group calling themselves the Syrian Electronic Army. At the time of writing this up the affected apps are Sky Go, Sky+, Sky WiFi and the Sky News app.
Well that's me all caught up now with the charts after neglecting them the past couple of month - will obviously put todays on later on when they're announced around 7pm. Also I'm preparing tomorrows Manday too... feel we're in need of a good one tomorrow. The original lad I was going to use - who I saw in Cold Case the other night - died last year, so I can't really put him on.
Talking of TV, I have recently - well since we had Sky TV - got myself hooked on low-budget films, especially disaster based ones. Only earlier... [read more]
Yesterday the Twittersphere was booming with the usual Olympic tweets along with various messages of support for, in particular, Tom Daley. Tom and his diving partner Pete Waterfield performed their synchronised dives, but sadly failed to clinch a medal (Good on them for trying! Excellent work from both).
Then came one of the few select people on Twitter who are just small-minded simpletons who crave attention and want to be "Twitter Famous" because they've got oh-so many thousands of followers (remember this is the online world - not the real world [sad!]) ... anyways, this low-life 17... [read more]
yes rights. you can save it manually. I still develope it....
Alif (20th November 10:56)
how can i save all images. your web version it just show images rights?...
x (20th November 06:05)
I have created a web version. Thank you Dale for inspiring me.
Alif (19th November 05:20)
It's dead Jim....
Panic (10th November 11:50)
Looks like it's giving an error message trying to retrieve the list of images. I guess Twitter changed something again. You enter just the username without the https://twitter.com/ part, right?
Joe (24th October 16:55)