In an astounding start to April, some frankly brilliant news has landed on the RISCOSitory desk: the long running issue of two separate parties laying claim to ownership of RISC OS has finally been put to bed thanks to the proceeds of a large win on the Euro Lottery.
I hope you’re all sitting down for this one 🙁 Earlier today (well, yesterday, strictly speaking), RISCOSitory published a preview of the Wakefield Show, which takes place on 16th April – two weeks from now. In that piece, a specific point was made of MW Software being on the exhibitor list – largely because Martin Würthner […]
‘RISC OS Band’ coming soon! Here’s a little experiment for you. It might not work for everyone – it depends on a number of factors, such as the size of screen you use for RISC OS and the resolution you run it at, and the type of watch you wear (if you wear one at […]
How the British security services gained access to YOUR emails. The news over the last few years has been awash with revelations about security services not only being able to ‘listen in’ on people’s communications, but that they are actively doing so, and even archiving that material. If it’s communicated electronically, there is every chance […]
Paint the whole RISC OS world with a rainbow! There can’t be many RISC OS users who haven’t encountered a modern touchscreen device, such as a smartphone or a tablet computer – indeed, R-Comp have been selling a tablet now for a couple of years, and have made quite a big thing about it, so […]
We all know that one of the many reasons for Microsoft Windows being so big, requiring so much memory and disk space, and ever faster processors to be able to cope with each new version of the operating system in order to make it usable, is the fact that throughout its evolution it has always […]