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Running Linux on a system with a HiDPI display, you may have noticed that everything is either tiny or perhaps just looks weird. We'll help you get a better experience on your HiDPI display.
The Technophilia Podcast is here, right now, and we are coming with a beautiful new HD version. Dave, James, and Justin almost shimmer under the glow of the HD cameras.
There is a smart way to argue constructively online. Take the help of these five concepts and bring your best words and best behavior to the table. Increase the value of your online arguments.
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This list is key -- memorise them for the win!
You may have heard the terms GSM and CDMA thrown around before in a conversation about cell phones, but what do they really mean?
Bit by bit, Windows' reverse compatibility is fading. Here’s how to fight that – and get incredibly old 16-bit software and games like Chip’s Challenge running.
It sounds like something from George Orwell’s 1984: a man sends a private e-mail and finds himself arrested for it. The e-mail wasn’t intercepted by an investigating police officer; the man wasn’t even under suspicion before his…