Modding is the act of modifying hardware or software to either perform differently or do something differently than it was originally intended to do. In this article we talk about modding as it relates to tech.
Heard of emulation but not exactly sure what it is? This article will explain to you what emulation is, the benefits, and the downsides to using it.
Christmas lights are a yearly tradition for many, but did you know that those pretty decorations can actually affect your WiFi? Here’s how Christmas lights kill your signal.
Liquid cooling, also known as water cooling, is a CPU cooling technique that uses liquid. This article goes over the benefits and the downsides of using it in your computer.
Do you like to keep your music library organized by using tags? Let’s take a look at the music ID3 tagging systems that define how we approach digital music.
Developers have released a new messenger system that runs on top of Tor. Here’s what you should know about this new messenger system for Tor.
A water cooling system for PC can be difficult to implement. Would a circulatory system that worked a lot like our own vascular systems be more efficient?
The EFF has released a browser extension for Chrome & FireFox called Privacy Badger, which blocks trackers & ads. Here’s what you to need to know about it.
Some are saying that a divorce must happen for Bitcoin to thrive, and its name will be Bitcoin XT. What effect will this have? Read on to find out.
Know the difference between 16:9 & 4:3 and 1.85:1 & 1.33:1? Here, we define video aspect ratios with examples so you know what size your screen should be.
Video encoding is sometimes hard to figure out. This article helps to demystify some of the settings you might come across in your encoding travels.
The Google Brain team is working on artificial neural networks. Let’s see how it could affect the way that technology interacts with us in the near future.
Many articles have been talking about this radical type of display that uses “quantum dot technology.” Let’s find out what a quantum dot monitor actually is!
RAID, a technology used with multiple hard disks for increased performance, stands for “Redundant Array of Independent Disks.” Find out what it’s all about.
In this article, we follow Chrome from its most experimental stage to mainstream release. Learn more about each channel and see which one is best for you.
Manufacturers like Apple and Samsung have recently introduced image stabilizers into their cameras. Find out everything about image stabilization here.
Telegram Messenger is a messenger application that promises privacy and security along with a ton of other features. How truthful are these claims?
Apple released a new MacBook with a new USB Type-C port. Let’s find out what exactly is USB Type-C and the problems it was trying to solve.
One of the most exciting changes in Android 5.0 is the introduction of what Google calls “Material Design,” What do they actually mean? Let check it out.
The growing presence of screens in our lives has transformed their safety into an issue that some are taking so seriously, they are calling it a crisis.