The Icon Bar Technology news and views Games news http://www.iconbar.co.uk/comments/rss/news1306.html Time for a round-up of recent games news.JASPP to release more classics Aemulor/Spellings.net account details posted online http://www.iconbar.co.uk/comments/rss/news1305.html According to an email sent out by Neil Spellings this evening, the usernames and hashed passwords of all registered users on the old aemulor.com and newer buyit.Spellings.net websites have been posted online. Wakefield Acorn & RISC OS Show, 25th April 2015 http://www.iconbar.co.uk/comments/rss/news1304.html This year's Wakefield show is due to take place on Saturday the 25th of April, at the usual location of the Cedar Court Hotel near Wakefield. With the doors open from 10:30 am to 4:30 pm, this will be the show's 20th anniversary, a major achievement for the Wakefield RISC OS Computer Club who are responsible for organising the event. First impressions of the new RaspberryPi http://www.iconbar.co.uk/comments/rss/news1303.html A few weeks ago, the RaspberryPi foundation surprised most of us with a new version of the RaspberryPi (creatively named the RaspberryPi 2). So I ordered one from Cjemicros (they have them in stock!) and here are some observations for you on the new device... RISC OS SouthWest Show 2015 http://www.iconbar.co.uk/comments/rss/news1302.html Saturday the 21st of February, a little under 10 days from now, is the date of this year's SouthWest show, to be held at its usual location of the Webbington Hotel near Weston- super-Mare. Voting open for RISC OS Awards 2014 http://www.iconbar.co.uk/comments/rss/news1301.html Vince Hudd of RISCOSitory and Soft Rock Software has announced that voting for the 2014 RISC OS Awards is now open. Mysterious new product to be announced at London Show http://www.iconbar.co.uk/comments/rss/news1300.html Lots of announcements have been coming in in the past few days in the run-up to this weekend's RISC OS London Show. However I think it's safe to say that the most-talked about news is that of a major new product that's due to be revealed at the show. Said to have been development by a coalition of parties for a year, details of exactly what it is or who is behind it are surprisingly stark. However some sleuths over on the RISC OS Open forums believe they have found the answer, hidden in a series of cryptic messages from R-Comp: A new computer based around the Freescale i.MX6 SoC. VirtualRPC gets a Spring clean http://www.iconbar.co.uk/comments/rss/news1299.html RISC OS London Show 2014 [Updated] http://www.iconbar.co.uk/comments/rss/news1298.html ***** STOP PRESS ***** You wait ages for ONE browser update for your Raspberry Pi... http://www.iconbar.co.uk/comments/rss/news1297.html In my personal computer usage, the web browser has always been the weak link on RISC OS so it is really nice to see an update to Netsurf appearing with NetSurf 3.2 being released at the end of August. It looks like essentially a bug-fix and code tidy release, with some incremental improvements to support for CSS handling, but always welcome features. You can get the RISC OS release from here