How to install Arch Linux like a pro

This is the v2 of my 'rolling-release-tutorial' of Arch Linux, which is meant to assist new users in getting started.

Best Christmas Gifts for your techie child

Most of these toys stimulates creativity, curiosity and desire to build something new.

How to build fully automated musical Christmas lights

In this tutorial I will walk you through the process of building your own musical light set-up.

How to add shutdown switch to Raspberry Pi

Simply yanking off power cable will corrupt the OS; so we need to add on/off switch.

Apple’s latest invention: password-less root access

A serious security bug in High Sierra allows anyone to log into macOS as root user.
Purism Librem 5

Purism Librem 5: A Privacy-Focused Linux Smartphone

The NSA is spying on you. Do these words haunt you? Well, you’re not alone. Disclosures suggest that the NSA and its surveillance partners...
Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL launched

Google Pixel 2 And Pixel 2 XL: Everything You Need To...

Last Year, Google surprised everyone by ditching the Nexus lineup and unveiled the new Pixel & Pixel XL smartphones.These two phones were among the...

The all new Nvidia Shield is here

To compete with the all-new Apple TV 4K, Nvidia is offering a new variant of the SHIELD priced at $179, same as the new Apple TV. 

What’s new in iOS 11

iOS 11 brings tons of new features on the table like the new control center, lock screen & a revamped notification panel. The dock has also been modified a bit, which is now accessible from within applications.

Year of desktop Linux; separating fact from fiction

Will 2017 be the year of Linux? What about 2018? We’ll have mid-term elections. Let’s skip to 2020. Who has better chances at success - Linux on desktop or Trump reclaiming the White House again? Let’s have an open discussion.

System 76 creates a new OS for Linux Professionals

What’s Pop!_OS? Why is System76 creating yet another Linux-based operating system? Why can’t they just use something like elementary OS or Linux Mint? I will try to answer these questions for you.

Hands-on review: Dell Precision 5720 All-In-One (Linux)

Should you spend $3,555 on a piece of hardware that blends desktop and monitor in the same unit? Is it upgradeable? Can you repair it by replacing parts yourself? What can you do with this machine? We tried to find answers to these questions.

How iOS 11 turns iPad Pro 10.5 into a true enterprise...

Many new features of iOS 11 are aimed at enterprise customers

How to send files from Samsung Galaxy S8 to MacBook?  

No AirDrop? Don’t worry, you can still transfer files between Samsung Galaxy S8 and your MacBook.

These are the best email clients for Linux users

There are plenty of great mail clients for Linux desktops. Here are the best of the bunch.

What makes Arch Linux a great distribution?

Are you willing to learn? Are you willing to take control of your computer? If so, Arch is the Linux for you.

Best Linux distros for 2017

There is no 'the best' operating system, or application. The best OS is the one that suits a user’s needs and preferences. It’s subjective....

These are the most exciting Linux powered devices

Did you know that Tesla cars run on Linux?

Amazon Echo vs. Google Home: The choice is obvious

On the surface, it may seem like a difficult choice between Alexa and Google Home, but once you look at them from a practical perspective, the choice becomes clear.

Dell Precision Workstation AIO 5720 – the first 4K all-in-one desktop...

Responding to the growing demand for Linux-preloaded high-end systems, Dell has launched its best of the breed, all-in-one desktop, Precision Workstation AIO 5720. It’s also...