If your computer doesn’t already include a solid state drive (SSD), the odds are that it soon will. In less than a decade,…7 comments
That the UEFI firmware should die in a fire and that its instigators for its adoption should hang their collective heads in shame…No comments.
First came the Raspberry Pi, the single board computer the size of a wallet. Now, after a year of anticipation, the do-it-yourself community…6 comments
Most Linux distros today will automatically configure your network as soon as you boot. Indeed, most will set up networking for you as…No comments.
If you like your computers with an extra dash of Freedom, Libiquity and Ministry of Freedom have something you may be interested in.…2 comments
The same way you can use the GNU/Linux command line to troubleshoot the brightness of your laptop backlight, it is also possible to…No comments.
A new breed of makers – the fixers, is subverting the status quo by doing something that not so long ago was so…No comments.
If you’re thinking of getting a 3D printer, check out the three machines we look at below. They are all good for end…No comments.
What does it take to turn a group of initially indifferent adults into open hardware enthusiasts? Turns out not that much. A blinking…No comments.
Yes, ’tis time to drink, dance and go shopping. To satisfy the compulsive Christmas shopper we all carry within ourselves, we’ll be running…1 comment
The late 70s and early 80s were arguably the golden age of computer nerdiness. This was an age of innovation and invention: the…1 comment
A bit of bakground Let’s turn back the clock to simpler times, when there were laptops and BlackBerries, most PC OEMs were making a…1 comment