For an ordinary weekend, Matthew aged 9 would be spending his time watching Television at home with his siblings, then doing some of his weekend homework, and then he’d play outside a little. Some weekends his family will go out to the mall for lunch or just grocery shopping where he might sneak a can of ice cream into the trolley and hope his parents don’t notice. After all he had some on his way home from school yesterday and dad has capped the amount of ice cream he can have in a week. Matthew would be up to his usual mischief and fun life.
When I was a kid I always tinkered with stuff, often leaving them inoperable because I didn’t really know what I was doing, but on occasion I actually tinkered enough to fix a radio that had been written off or something like that. That a little boy can grab a screw driver (or table knife or anything that could fit!) and figure out how a device works, and identify a fault, I don’t know whether we’d call that luck, or potential genius.
Samsung today unveiled the Samsung Sleep sense sleep tracker at the IFA 2015 in Berlin. The SleepSense is a new type of personal healthcare device that’s meant to help you improve the quality of your sleep.
Following rumors about the possible closure of the Kampala, Uganda office of ThoughtWorks, the company today issued a statement in which it confirmed that November 15th will be their last day in the country.