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Ways To Watch TV On Your Nintendo Wii

Gaming

Ways To Watch TV On Your Nintendo Wii

As you’re probably aware, the new Nintendo Wii U has just been launched, which pushes the already low cost of the Nintendo Wii even further down. The result of this is a games console that can be used as the main interface for your home theatre system that can be picked up for under $50 and has access to a wide selection of TV playback services.

Christian Cawley December 6, 2012
Ways To Watch TV On Your Nintendo Wii
Steam Releases Big Picture & Celebrates With Big Sale [Updates]

Gaming

Steam Releases Big Picture & Celebrates With Big Sale [Updates]

Steam wants to be in your living room. To make this happen, the service has officially released a new interface mode known as “Big Picture.” Similar in appearance and function to Windows Media Center, Big Picture is built to be used with a game controller on a 720p or 1080p HDTV. The entire interface has been revised to make Steam features accessible without a keyboard or mouse. This feature was previously available to users who participate in Steam’s beta but it is now available to everyone. It is acquired automatically as part of the latest Steam update and can be launched by clicking the new “Big Picture” icon in the upper right corner of the client.

Matt Smith December 6, 2012
Steam Releases Big Picture & Celebrates With Big Sale [Updates]
Simple & Friendly: 4 Great Linux Distros For Kids

Linux

Simple & Friendly: 4 Great Linux Distros For Kids

Turn an aging computer into a kid-friendly machine that’s both educational and entertaining. Thanks to open source software there are a variety of complete operating systems designed to let you hand down computers to kids without worry. Kids love to explore, and computers are a great opportunity for that. Programmers from around the world dedicated to education have built a number of freely available operating systems you can use to set up a computer for your kids, free of charge.

Justin Pot December 6, 2012
Simple & Friendly: 4 Great Linux Distros For Kids
Using Microsoft Word? Here’s How To Become a Time-Saving Ninja

Windows

Using Microsoft Word? Here’s How To Become a Time-Saving Ninja

Over the years, Microsoft Word has become one of the best word processors in the world. I’m sure there are people out there that disagree – particularly Linux or Mac folks who would really rather not give Microsoft so much credit. But, lets face it, Microsoft has established a very large foothold in this area, and they’ve evolved Microsoft Word over the years to the point where it is extremely efficient and easy to use.

Ryan Dube December 6, 2012
Using Microsoft Word? Here’s How To Become a Time-Saving Ninja
Stay Connected With All Your IM Accounts Using Trillian [Android & iOS]

Android iPhone and iPad

Stay Connected With All Your IM Accounts Using Trillian [Android & iOS]

We have an unlimited amount of means to communicate with each other using common gadgets found in practically every household. We can call, text, email, post on walls, and instant message. No matter what you may believe, there are still a large number of people who use instant messaging, especially when you include everyone who uses Facebook Messages, which can be used with many IM applications.

Danny Stieben December 6, 2012
Stay Connected With All Your IM Accounts Using Trillian [Android & iOS]
10 Awesome Webcomics Drawn Just For Geeks

Internet

10 Awesome Webcomics Drawn Just For Geeks

Webcomics are arguably more popular now than they ever have been before. This is mainly due to a marked increase in the quality of content, with some webcomics being both magnificently written and magnificently drawn. So much so that they rival any of the more established and mainstream comic strips that make it into newspapers and magazines. Who needs print when digital provides all the comic nourishment you’ll ever need?

Dave Parrack December 6, 2012
10 Awesome Webcomics Drawn Just For Geeks
How To Use Your PC Like A Game Console

Gaming

How To Use Your PC Like A Game Console

I’m a PC gamer. That’s not to say I don’t own consoles, of course, but my favorite and preferred platform is the PC. Games almost always look better and/or run smoother on a computer than they do on their console counterparts. They’re also less expensive. That’s not to say PC gaming is without issues. Many players don’t like it because it forces the user to sit at a cramped desk rather than lounging on a couch.

Matt Smith December 6, 2012
How To Use Your PC Like A Game Console
The 11 Years Of The iPod [INFOGRAPHIC]

iPhone and iPad

The 11 Years Of The iPod [INFOGRAPHIC]

I can fondly remember my first iPod. I was a late entrant to the whole Apple craze, and after years of owning crappy MP3 players that broke down constantly and had bad sound, I decided to take the plunge and buy an iPod. At the time, it was one of those big white chunky ones with the spinning wheel in the middle and to me, this thing was revolutionary. I ended up listening to more music than I had ever listened to in my entire life.

Mark O'Neill December 6, 2012
The 11 Years Of The iPod [INFOGRAPHIC]
Apple Updates Its iWork Suite For Better iOS Capabilities [Updates]

iPhone and iPad

Apple Updates Its iWork Suite For Better iOS Capabilities [Updates]

Apple released this week a significant update of its iWork ’09 suite of applications that now adds support for iOS 1.7 versions of Pages, Keynote, and Numbers. The update includes significant capability features, including tracking changing between both the iOS and OS X versions of Pages, improvements in the slide transitions between both desktop and mobile versions of Keynote, and several new Numbers features and improvements, including hiding and revealing rows and columns in Numbers documents.

Bakari Chavanu December 6, 2012
Apple Updates Its iWork Suite For Better iOS Capabilities [Updates]
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