We’ve covered enough of the basics in our guide on shell scripting that you should feel comfortable experimenting. In this week’s installment, we’ll be tackling some of the more fun stuff, like conditions and “if-then” statements.
How many times have we all seen and had to fix browsers like this?
Do you like having fun with remote control toys and want something awesome to try out? Then take a look at these two terrific options from Air Swimmers. Whether you like the shark, the clownfish, or both you and your kids wil...
If you’re underwhelmed by the kludgy interface of Facebook’s native chat client, FB Chat Bully will help you tweak it, hide offline users, and more.
If you’re a big fan of older mechanical keyboards there may come a point where you have to restore one to its former glory. This DIY guide covers everything from brightening the plastic to rewiring the keys for a USB interface.
If you want to get serious about backing up your Android phone, including everything from system app data to saved Wi-Fi nodes, Titanium Backup can help. Read on to learn how to backup your Android phone from A to Z.
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Are you ready to have some beautiful photos for your desktop? Then you will definitely want to download this terrific theme from photographer Georgiana Girboan. The theme comes with eight gorgeous wallpapers showcasing a leaf...
If you’re looking for a dead simple way to play around with stop-motion animation on your Android phone, Gifinator is it.
If you’re looking to score a solidly constructed and effective ring flash without dropping a lot of cash, this DIY build is both polished, portable, and efficient.
iPads can be a very convenient and fun way to browse the internet, play games, and more, so why not make the view on your screen just as awesome? Now you can fill your iPad’s screen with the beauty of nature using the first in our series of Great Outdoors Wallpaper collections.
Having a media server is really awesome, unless the other people on your network don’t know how to share the bandwidth. Using some simple QoS rules, you can give your computer a priority and stop your streams from dropping out.
Not all Ethernet cable is created equally. What’s the difference, and how do you know which you should use? Let’s look at the technical and physical differences in Ethernet cable categories to help us decide.