The year 2013 has come to an end, and 2014 is upon us. It is now time to look forward and see what kinds of new gadgets and gizmos we’ll see in our near future.
If you bought a 2nd hand smartphone and you have no clue whether it is rooted or not, here is a way for you to check if your Android phone is rooted.
If you want to access the full desktop on a remote Raspberry Pi, the easiest way is to setup VNC on Raspberry Pi so you can connect to it anywhere.
Smart watches are just watches. But if you’re into watches, and gadgets, here are 4 reasons why now might be the time to consider getting a smart watch.
Augmented reality apps is a a pretty cool thing. You can get tons of real-time information on these apps without wearing a Google Glasses. Here are 6 useful ones for you.
Evernote is popular, but that doesn’t mean you have to use it. Let’s take a look at these Evernote alternatives and see what you think.
Do you realize that all your Mac folder icons look the same? Why not switch them to alternative design and give them some personality?
If you think your wireless router is only good enough to dish out IP addresses to devices around your house, you need to infuse new life into it with OpenWRT.
Windows phone will still be here to stay in 2014. As 2014 approaches, it’s a good a time as any to assess Microsoft’s success with mobile platforms.
You got a new phone with a more powerful camera than last year’s model. Here are 10 ways to make good use of the smartphone camera, other than taking selfie.
Following on from the first part in this series, it is time to look at some of the more advanced features of nmap.
Microsoft restored the Start button in Windows 8.1, albeit with lesser functionality. Here is how you can hide the Windows 8.1 Start button, if you disliked it.
By default, Google has decided to make it so that Gmail will always display external images in your email. If you don’t like this, here’s how to disable it.
When some tabs are misbehaving in Safari, here is how you can identify the tab/URL that is causing the high CPU load and shut them down.
Having trouble identifying that song? Thanks to technology, it is now easier to track down that movie or TV show song, either with your phone or on the Web.
Yota Devices presented a phone with two screens – one on the back, and one on the front. Let’s take a look at whether multi-screen phones are what we need.
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if you’ve upgraded to Windows 8.1, you may find that the system image tool is no longer where it used to be. Here’s where to find the System Image Tool in Windows 8.1.