The Raspberry Pi has lots of system information available. If you know where to look, you can discover quite a lot of interesting data about your Pi.
Gone are the days when you used paper-sheets to keep track of your schedule. Here are some of the best calendar apps for Android that you can use.
Your digital camera software won’t work in a Chromebook. Here’s what you will need to do to transfer and manage your photos from digital camera in a Chromebook.
One proposition that security experts made recently was to use short sentences as passwords, rather than a complicated string of characters. Let’s see if this is a more secure method.
There are many different ways to keep your information safe, but do you feel secure with the method that you’ve chosen to select and store your passwords?
Don’t you hate it when your graphics card starts to freeze up and acting weirdly? Follow this how-to guide to easily cleanup you graphics card.
There’s more than one search engine to help you find the information you need. Which one is better? Is it Google, Bing, or DuckDuckGo?
Most Linux users will be familiar with Google’s Chrome web browser and Mozilla’s Firefox, but there are alternative web browsers that are equally good. Let’s check out Opera, Elinks and Midori.
If your new machine doesn’t come with a DVD drive, you can still install Windows using a Windows 8.1 USB installer. Here’s how you can create one.
Gmail, in general, is very secure, but doesn’t mean your account won’t get hacked. Here are some ways to protect recover a hacked Gmail account.