Want to get into virtual reality, but not sure if your PC is ready? Learn how to benchmark your PC to find out if you can use the Rift or Vive!
Apple’s big fall event has come and gone, and while there were plenty of big announcements, the Mac line was very obviously absent. Of course, that doesn’t mean that we won’t see a new lineup of Macs at all — in fact, Apple is expected to make some pretty serious changes to certain Mac models […]
Not quite sure how encryption works? Learn how SSL creates a secure channel for entering in sensitive information over the Web!
Do you want to download macOS Sierra on September 20, launch day? Here’s some reasons why you shouldn’t and how to prepare for the upcoming update.
Apple announced its iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus last week, but is it worth upgrading to with yet another incremental version of the iPhone?
We have yet to live in a time when the vast majority of computers don’t need to be cooled one way or another — the tasks that computers conduct generate heat, and too much heat can be problematic. There are, however, a few ways that computers can cool themselves. The most popular ways are air cooling, […]
Want a better default unzipping tool than Mac’s Archive Utility? Learn what The Unarchiver is all about and how it can help you with obscure file types.
Firefox and Chrome not working out as well as you thought? Learn what the new Brave browser is all about and how it puts users first.
One of the best things about the Android operating system is that it’s largely open-source, meaning that if you have the technical know-how you can tweak it to look and act the way you want it to. Of course, that doesn’t mean you should — there are plenty of great custom ROMs out there. First, […]
Want to learn a cool command line trick? Learn how this simple command can get you watching an ASCII version of Star Wars in a jiffy!