Christian Cawley is MakeUseOf's security and Linux editor. He's also a Raspberry Pi tinkerer, Android user, podcaster and Doctor Who fan, and contributes regularly to Linux User & Developer magazine.
Being aware of online threats is half the battle. Complement that with using the right tools and behaviors, and you should be good. We’ve compiled everything you need to stay safe.
Gamers with a penchant for retro titles have been particularly hard hit with the news that titles that employed SafeDisc and some versions of the Securerom Digital Rights Management system are not supported.
Anyone considering switching operating systems worries about what functionality they might gain or lose. But Linux is a vast and versatile operating system, capable of supporting your favorite tasks and more.
Censorship prevents you from sharing your message with your audience. Technology can be a way around that. Here are ways to unmute yourself and get your message out.
Have you ever dreamed of making your own TV show? Do you want to tell a story full of action, adventure, and alien invasion? The BBC lets you do just that with Mission DALEK.
You’d be surprised to discover where all malware is lingering today. It’s no longer just average computers, but more likely anything with some sort of connected device, including toys.
Here are five YouTube videos that demonstrate just how easy it is for a Windows user to get started with Linux.
Malware removal can be frustrating and time consuming. And not all security suites are made equal. This article will help you spot malware activity on your PC and employ the right tactics to remove it.
One of the first expansions you should buy for the Raspberry Pi is the camera module. With a dedicated connector, the camera can be used for a variety of tasks. Let’s take a look.
Sick of listening to babbling DJs and want to broadcast your own radio station? Raspberry Pi will come to your rescue, with its previously unknown ability to broadcast on the FM band.
Host your very own web server simply and cheaply with an Android smartphone or tablet.
You want ability to access data between operating systems so you can use Linux easily. Let’s see how we can work around this problem, and get your data where you want it.