Your ageing PC is actually capable of quite a lot, and there are numerous handy projects that you can turn its hardware and processing power to. And you can do all this without having to spend much at all.
Linux fans are celebrating the start of 2019 in style thanks to the release of Linux 5.0.
Here are 10 fascinating and unique websites we’ve managed to track down, for you to explore and waste a few more minutes of your time over.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced the latest in its Pi models: the Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+.
A checklist to help anyone who is worried about the scammers to spot a suspect email message, both known scams and those that will undoubtedly appear in the future.
Worried about ransomware, spyware, malware and viruses? Then look no further, as we take a look at three of the very best free antivirus programs available for your Windows PC.
Previously you installed Kali Linux on Windows 10 as its own app. Launching it brings up the Kali Linux command prompt and from there you can enter most of the usual Linux command. Now let’s make it a little more interesting.
If you own an iPhone 8/8 Plus or newer, you can charge it without using a power cord. Instead you place it on a wireless charging pad, and it charges without plugging in anything.
We’ve heard everything from ‘cat hair can damage mechanical keyboards’, to ‘optical disks that spin over 45x can fly out of the drive and cut your legs off!’.
For those of you wanting near total anonymity from the prying eyes of the government, nefarious hackers, or some other clandestine group, then the key to your privacy is through the secure connections of a VPN
The latest update to Windows 10 has just been released by Microsoft. Version 1809 of Windows 10, or the October Update as it’s also called (also, Redstone 5), is available to download now.
The introduction of macOS Mojave brought a wealth of new features, but for one particular Mac, it also lost one.
We took to investigating these old machines and to our surprise we discovered that there are still a fair few being used right now.
These days the arcades just aren’t the same. Gone are the classics, and all we’re left with are a smattering of racing titles, some kind of shooting game and the rest are divided up with gambling machines and odd ticket dispensing monstrosities.
The 21st century has brought with it incredible technical advances, but at what cost? We work more hours, we skip important meal times, we binge drink caffeine like it’s going out of fashion, and when we do eat, it’s not usually the sort of food we should be putting in our bodies. It’s a sad fact of society when most folk can’t find the time to look away from the screen and enjoy an actual meal. Even if that meal is a simple sandwich, cup of tea and a chocolate biscuit (if you’re feeling the need for a bit of...