If you accidentally get your electronic devices wet, fret not. Listed here are some ways to thoroughly dry out your wet electronics.
What happens if your PC is running out of storage space and you can’t delete anything? Here are some ways you can easily expand your PC storage size.
Ever wonder what your device IP rating is? Can it really go into the water without damage? Find out what the water rating means regarding technology.
FPGA makes crypto mining more efficient. Is it be the future of crypto mining? Let’s find out!
Chromebook is not meant to run Windows apps, but if you need it to, here are some ways you can use Windows apps on Chromebook.
Chromecast can use up to 15GB per month of data even when it’s sitting idle.
Both “in-ear” and “earbuds” headphones look similar, but they are really different from each other.
An overheated CPU can become permanently damaged. One way you can reduce CPU temperature is by undervolting. This article will show you how.
The FBI has been warning the public about the router-based malware VPNFilter. This is what you need to know about VPNFilter and how to protect yourself.
If you have a Raspberry Pi, did you know that you can build your own Amazon Echo on it? Here’s how to turn your Raspberry Pi into an Amazon Echo.
If you are new to touch typing, here is a beginner’s guide to help you get started.
The USB standard these days is a little hard to understand. Find out the difference between USB 3.1 Gen 1 and Gen 2 and why USB 3.1 Gen 2 is better than Gen 1.
Overclocking your graphics card can be a daunting prospect, so here we are providing a basic guide on how you can safely overclock your graphics card.
These days people use PCs, laptops, and tablets for somewhat similar activities. But how much power does each unit use, and which one goes the lightest on your energy bill?
Your router will probably come with “Access Point” and “Repeater” modes. These are both very useful features of modern-day routers. The only questions are what does each one do, and when are they used?
In addition to “open source software” we’ve all heard about, there is another open source category known as “open-source hardware”. Here is what you need to know about “open-source hardware.”
How exactly do you get Kodi running on a Pi? You can either install Kodi on your Raspberry Pi or install a Kodi-focused media center OS. Learn how to install Kodi on your Pi in this article.
If you only have one network on your router, chances are that it is using a protocol called “band steering” to let your device switch automatically. Find out if band steering is a good way to get a better network connection.