PowerPoint is omnipresent in business. SlideModel is a service that provides access to a large library of professionally designed PowerPoint templates, graphics, maps and other PowerPoint sundries you might need. Let’s check it out.
Here is what you can do when you lose your iPhone and don’t have or can’t recall your Apple ID or password.
Looking for settings for custom resolutions in Mac OS X? This article will show you where to find them and also includes useful facts relating to displays.
CCleaner, a popular utility for Windows, is now available for Mac. Is CCleaner for Mac as good as the Windows version? Let’s find out.
Have an old Apple computer? Don’t get rid of it! Instead, use these five tips to revive it and make something cool out of it (such as a TV box).
In this article we take a look at Roccat Browser 5 for Mac. Does it have what it takes to become your new default browser? Let’s find out.
Looking for the best way to create 3D printable models? In this article we will show you how to make and print 3D models with Sketchup Make.
The new cut-down version of the Raspberry Pi can run Retropie, but there are a few things you should know about using it as a retro gaming computer.
Adding custom graphics to your iPhone isn’t as easy as you may think. Here’s how to make the perfect custom wallpaper to match the lock screen and icons on an iPhone or iPad.
The free cross-platform 3D rendering program Daz 3D Studio comes with poseable human being objects and scenes to render. Here’s how to set up Daz 3D and get started.
Tired of using the same old music clips as ringtones? Why not create your own? Here are some great ideas for creating your own unique custom ringtones.
Looking for more tips regarding Sketchup Make software? Here are a few more tools to make better models. We cover using guides, snapping cursors, reference points and more.
Hot on the heels of the Raspberry Pi Zero came a new top-of-the-line RasPi, the Raspberry Pi 3. Let’s look at the new Pi’s features and performance.
Want to get the full retro gaming experience that you once had on a CRT display? In this article we’ll help you do that using Retropie via the careful application of the built-in shaders.
Feeling a little nostalgic and looking to play Sega Dreamcast games on your Mac? This article shares different ways to emulate this retro system on the Mac.
For those who have difficulty figuring out the joystick modes and file system problems in Retropie, here’s how you can properly configure Retropie in Raspberry Pi.
The Raspberry Pi Zero is one of the smallest full computers you can buy, but how does it stand up against its brothers in the Pi family? Let’s find out.
Sketchup is a CAD program. In this article, potentially the first of a series, we show you how to get up and running doing 3D modelling in Sketchup Make.
Some Mac machines do not have an optical drive. If you have a PC desktop or laptop, you can easily access optical drives over your network. Here’s how.
In this article we teach you how to put together virtual camera rigs for interesting camera work in your virtual 3D world.