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Showing posts with label Technology. Show all posts

September 19, 2017

September 18, 2017

Backslash Linux Kristoff

Backslash Linux Kristoff On A Laptop
Backslash Linux Kristoff on a laptop computer
(Photo credit: https://www.backslashlinux.com/beta/release/kristoff/) 
Rob Collins — the creator of Linux Quest, reviews the beta release of Backslash Linux Kristoff.

Installing Drivers On Linux Lite 3.6

Linux Lite Logo
Linux Lite Logo
(Photo credit: Linux Lite)  
A British YouTuber who goes by the sobriquet, English Bob, shows us how to go about installing drivers on Linux Lite 3.6.

A Look At Joe Collins' Hardware

The Linux Penguin
The Linux Penguin
(Photo credit: Pixabay) 
Joe Collins — a Linux enthusiast, shows us the hardware that he utilizes to run Linux.

How To Install Applications In Ubuntu Linux

Ubuntu Logo
Ubuntu Logo 
Chris Were — the man behind Quids Up, teaches us: How To Install Applications In Ubuntu Linux.

September 17, 2017

Week Of Linux & Security News 17 September 2017

Linux Penguin
Linux Penguin
(Photo credit: Pixabay) 
Chris Were — the man behind Quids Up, shares with us: Week Of Linux & Security News 17 September 2017.

What Is Bluetooth 5? It's Way Better!

Thio Joe
A screenshot of Thio Joe 
This year, all the top phones will support Bluetooth 5, the latest Bluetooth standard specification. It has lots of major improvements, including Bluetooth speed, Bluetooth range, radio interference, bandwidth, and broadcast messages.

iPhone X — Introducing iPhone X — Apple — First Thoughts

iPhone X
iPhone X
(Photo credit: Apple)
Ralph Smart, a vegan, a psychologist and the creator of Infinite Waters, tells us what he thinks about the iPhone X.

5 Things I Like Having On My PC

Five
Five 
Everyone who owns a PC will have certain software and applications that they love and cannot do without (I am no different; I always make it a priority of mine to install the software and applications that I like on my computer).

September 16, 2017

Android: How Google Conquered The Smartphone Industry

Android
Android
(Photo credit: Pixabay)  
Android took off when Google bought it in 2005.

10 Reasons Not To Buy iPhone X

Ten
Ten  
Currently, there are a lot of people who believe that the iPhone X is not worth the money.

September 15, 2017

This Gaming Laptop Has The Best Screen For $1000!

Asus GL503 ROG Strix
Asus GL503 ROG Strix
(Photo credit: Amazon) 
Dave Lee — the man behind Dave 2 D, reviews the Asus GL503 ROG Strix.

How Does Google Traffic Work?

Google's Logo
Google's Logo
(Photo credit: Alphabet, Inc.)
How does Google Traffic keep up with road conditions in so many places?

Installing Linux Lite For Everyone

Linux Lite Logo
Linux Lite Logo
(Photo credit: Linux Lite) 
A YouTuber who goes by the sobriquet, English Bob, teaches us how to go about installing Linux Lite on our computer.

How Your Phone Affects Your Brain And Body

Smartphone
Smartphone
(Photo credit: Pixabay)  
Did you know that your smartphone harms your body, disrupts its biorhythms, and damage your health?

Why Is The Brave Browser A Great Alternative To Chrome?

Brave Logo
Brave Logo
(Photo credit: Brave) 
Why is the Brave browser a great alternative to Chrome?

10 Android Apps You Need In 2017

Ten
Ten 
Arun Maini — the creator of Mr. Whose The Boss, talks about, 10 Android Apps You Need In 2017.

Should You Get A SSD For Your Computer? (A Solid State Drive)

Thio Joe
A screenshot of Thio Joe 
A storage drive is an essential part of a computer, and usually this would be a hard drive. But in the past years, SSDs, or solid state drives have become affordable for anyone.

September 14, 2017

How Your Pictures Can Help Reclaim Lost History (Chance Coughenour)

Chance Coughenour
A screenshot of Chance Coughenour 
Digital archaeologist Chance Coughenour is using pictures — your pictures — to reclaim antiquities that have been lost to conflict and disaster.

How The US Government Spies On People Who Protest — Including You (Jennifer Granick)

Jennifer Granick
A screenshot of Jennifer Granick  
What's stopping the American government from recording your phone calls, reading your emails and monitoring your location? Very little, says surveillance and cybersecurity counsel Jennifer Granick.

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