Many older flashes lack for a jack to input a sync cable and rely exclusively on a simple slave mode triggered by the primary flash. This hack uses a piece of scrap fiber optic cable to trigger the flash in bright conditions.
Ray Bradbury wrote about many wonderful items of technology in his stories of the future, but you may be surprised to see just how many of them have become reality.
In this week’s game you indulge in sugary-sweet fun as you control the direction sugar flows while working to fill all the empty cups waiting for you. Whether it is a downward flow, redirected off-screen and back, reverse gravity, or teleportation you will certainly find your ingenuity tested as you try to win before the flow of sugar runs out!
Windows RT is a special edition of Windows 8. It runs on ARM and you’ll find it alongside Intel x86 machines in stores, but you’ll be surprised just how much Windows RT differs from the Windows you know.
This week we’re taking a look at multi-monitor computer gaming goodness, a simple trick to make Super Glue stronger, and a lightweight app to download all the photos from a Tumblr blog.
Are you ready for a Marvel super hero blast from the past? Then sit back and get ready to enjoy twenty-two minutes of classic radio show goodness from 1975 as the Fantastic 4 meets the Moleman!
Have you tried one of the Windows 8 Preview releases and found you like the Charms bar on the Metro Start Screen? If you’re not quite ready to give up Windows 7, there is a way to get the Charms bar from Windows 8.
There are times when you find out that ignorance was true bliss…