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How to Install Android on a Raspberry Pi

Although there are so many operating systems available for the Raspberry Pi, you might prefer to stick with one based on Linux. But what about the lack of touchscreen support? Perhaps the best solution is to install Android on Raspberry Pi. But how well does it work, and is there a significant difference from its…

Airtame: Wireless HDMI Streaming for Enterprise

AirTame is a wireless HDMI streaming dongle that offers a number of features for the school and office environment. They emphasize reliability and cross-platform support. While it might superficially look like a Chromecast, they’re quite different. Currently retailing at $300, this certainly isn’t a cheap option. The makers of AirTame are not afraid to have…

7 Reasons Why You Should Stop Using Desktop Email Clients

How do you read your emails when you’re at your computer? Do you use a web-based email client, or do you prefer to catch up with your messages using a desktop email client? Of course, the web email vs. desktop email client approach has its pros and cons. But we think that broadly speaking, a…

Google Maps Now Shows Realtime EV Charging Data

Google Maps is making it even easier for owners of electric vehicles to find a charging station. This is because Google Maps will now display the availability of charging ports in the US and UK, with real-time data helping you to avoid an unnecessary diversion. Google Maps Locates EV Charging Stations In October 2018, Google…

How to Use WhatsApp While Maintaining Your Privacy

Do you want to use WhatsApp, but don’t want people to know what you’re doing? By default, WhatsApp shares your activity with friends and the public in several ways. Privacy-conscious folks will likely have concerns about this. Thankfully, you can use WhatsApp almost completely in secret. So, try these useful tips to regain some of…

AT&T Wants You to Pay for Your Privacy, but Is It Worth It?

Good for AT&T: the telephone and Internet Service Provider (ISP) is ready to protect your privacy. At a cost. It’s no surprise that our privacy is being infringed upon wherever we turn online. Facebook does it. Google does it. Even your employer can track you. So yes, ISPs track you too. It might seem like a great service…

Mipow Power Cube X: Wireless Charger AND Power Bank

The Mipow Power Cube X is a Qi wireless charger, but it also sports a detachable 5000 mAh power bank for wireless charging on the go. Currently retailing for $79, and available in a choice of black or white color schemes. Is this the one charger to rule them all? Read on to find out. Don’t…

How to Live Stream to YouTube With a Raspberry Pi

By adding a camera module to your Raspberry Pi, you essentially get a portable, lightweight, and easy-to-hold-or-mount internet-connected camera. So, it makes sense that you might want to stream footage with it. But how do you get started with this? Which Pi model should you use? Is one camera module solution better than another? And…

PCIe vs. SATA SSDs: Which Type of Data Drive Is Best for You?

PCIe SSDs may be technologically superior, but that doesn’t mean you should always buy it over SATA drives. In this article, we’ll look at the differences between SATA and PCIe SSDs and what you need to know to make an informed decision when buying an SSD. What Is a PCIe SSD? What is it about…

Is Linux Eating Your RAM? How to Manage Your Memory

So you’ve installed Linux on the promise that it requires fewer system resources than Windows. Why, then, is your system suddenly low on RAM? Don’t panic! Linux isn’t eating your RAM. To understand just what’s going on, we’ll have to take a look at how Linux manages memory. How to View Free RAM on Linux…

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