PAGE 422

Trying to remember, based on the titles alone, what order a series of books goes in can be quite frustrating. Read on as we show you how to annotate and sort your book titles as they’re transferred to your ebook reader for frustration-free reading.

about 4 years ago - by  |  Comments (6)

The guys are really close to capturing the enemy flag when a serious problem arises. Do they go with the crazy suicidal plan their leader proposes or an alternate plan? What was the real reason their leader offered up such a crazy plan?

about 4 years ago - by  |  Comments (6)

There is a right way and a wrong way to deal with a water soaked laptop…and an oven is definitely not the right way…

about 4 years ago - by  |  Comments (26)

Think you know the answer? Click through to see if you're right!

about 4 years ago - by  |  Comments (15)

What’s the perfect final project for an Advanced Mechatronics class? A functioning and armed Portal turrent, of course.

about 4 years ago - by  |  Comments (3)

You know the old bit about putting tin-foil on your head to keep the government signals out of your brain? It turns out cladding your head in tin-foil has the opposite effect.

about 4 years ago - by  |  Comments (22)

Do you need to quickly find out what the local time is in another part of the world compared to your current location? Then ‘Every Time Zone’ is the perfect site to visit!

about 4 years ago - by  |  Comments (2)

If you love watching a good Domino construction come crashing down but you just don’t have the time for a long video, you can watch 60,000 come crashing down in seconds here.

about 4 years ago - by  |  Comments (13)

Assigning shortcut keys to launch programs in Windows is probably one of the oldest geek tricks in the book, but in true geek fashion we are going to show you how to do it in Windows 8.

about 4 years ago - by  |  Comments (16)

Everything you do online can be traced back to your IP address. Even if you’re accessing encrypted websites, networks can see the websites you’re accessing – and the websites themselves know your IP address. Use the Tor network to browse with anonymity.

about 4 years ago - by  |  Comments (18)

Once a week we round up some of the reader emails we’ve answered and share the solutions with everyone; this week we’re looking at how to format and install onto a disk the Windows installer doesn’t see, changing the default for an Android app, and some getting-started tips for the Kindle Fire.

about 4 years ago - by  |  Comments (0)

Shutting down and restarting your computer should both be easy tasks, right? Well, in Windows 8, these tasks are not straightforward. However, there are easier ways of shutting down and restarting your Windows 8 computer.

about 4 years ago - by  |  Comments (11)

Think you know the answer? Click through to see if you're right!

about 4 years ago - by  |  Comments (2)

This beautiful video was created using 121 megapixel images of the Earth’s surface–to date, the highest resolution images available.

about 4 years ago - by  |  Comments (2)

Brick layers, coal miners, historians… there’s a long list of things that the doctors of Star Trek simply aren’t.

about 4 years ago - by  |  Comments (4)

This inexpensive camera hack turns a garage door opener into a wireless shutter remote with a 150 foot range–perfect for the awesome light paintings the tutorial author creates.

about 4 years ago - by  |  Comments (1)

Printers have been using line tones to create rich looking images long before there was any digital art. Today we’ll be using Photoshop tricks (with no filters) to turn an ordinary photograph into old-timey line tone style piece of art.

about 4 years ago - by  |  Comments (5)

We have already shown you how you can change your IP address from the command prompt, which required long netsh commands, now we are doing the same thing in PowerShell, without the complexity.

about 4 years ago - by  |  Comments (15)

If you’ve just updated to Ubuntu 12.04, you may notice an option missing in its system menu. The Hibernate option is now hidden by default, but you can get it back if you prefer to hibernate your system.

about 4 years ago - by  |  Comments (12)