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Exposure Pro: Alexia Sinclair

Digital artist and photographer Alexia Sinclair presents a selection of her spectacular historical portraits series, and talks about her work on Exposure Pro.

12 Images By April 15, 2012


Exposure Pro: Alexia Sinclair

April 15, 2012


Sinclair X-1: Father of the ZX Spectrum and C5 reveals new electric vehicle

Clive Sinclair is at it again. The British entrepreneur famed for inventing the ZX Spectrum, is currently turning his attention to building a follow-up to the Sinclair C5 electric... er... vehicle.

By November 4, 2010


Batch upload photos to Pinterest with Pinloadr

Frustrated with the lack of batch uploading to Pinterest? This simple solution ensures you can spend more time pinning and less time pining.

By October 3, 2013


App of the Day: Homage

Explore the beautiful photography of Australian artist Alexia Sinclair.

By June 11, 2012


Unread for iOS

Unread is an excellent option for reading stories without distraction, but steer clear unless you don't mind doing some extra work, or already have your RSS feeds set up with another service.

February 5, 2014

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Tech Time Machine: 5 March

Without this day in tech, we mightn't be surfing the web on desktop PCs or talking into our iPhones. Yes, 5 March is a truly a momentous day in technology.

By March 4, 2012


Loaded with gadgets, British rower halfway to Hawaii

This story initially had the incorrect model of the Sinclair computer. It was a ZX81.

By August 13, 2008


The 404 1,193: Where we take the number 2 train (podcast)

The lead story on today's episode has nothing to do with technology aside from the fact that it was sourced from the Internet. It does, however, have everything to do with the dangers of riding public transportation and bathroom politics.

By January 23, 2013


ZX Spectrum and St George's Day in 8-bit Google tribute

The 30th anniversary of the ZX Spectrum falls on St George's Day today, so Google is celebrating both with an 8-bit doodle.

By April 23, 2012