Christian Cawley is MakeUseOf's security editor, Android tinkerer, Windows Phone mentalist, and Doctor Who fan. Follow him as @thegadgetmonkey on Twitter.
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Your tablet can be hacked, too! Because the desktop is a drag, these touch-enabled apps allow you to control security settings and tools from the modern interface.
Instead of searching around for a suitable image to feature for your video blog post, why not use an image from the video itself? Visual Advantages Of Having A Featured Image Based On Your Embedded Video Clip One of the most useful aspects of video hosting websites is the ability to embed a favourite clip […]
Import and customize calendars, then activate Cortana to manage tasks and appointments with minimal effort.
Cortana is the best reason to upgrade your Windows Phone early. Microsoft’s answer to Siri offers great features and will make you laugh.
Next time you misplaced the remote control, just reach for your phone to control your TV or console.
Custom audio alerts in Windows Phone have evolved! Since the release of the 8.1 Developer Preview, it is now possible to configure custom alerts for apps as well as contacts.
Windows Phone 8.1 offers much more novelty than just Cortana. Let us guide you to the hidden gems.
Whether you have one SD card or several, one thing that you will need is the ability to back up your cards to avoid the problems that occur when your Raspberry Pi fails to boot.
Do you wish your home computer would fit into your pocket? With Windows Phone 8 it does. These remote desktop apps give you access to your PC wherever you are.
For far too long have forgotten classics been reduced to curios because touchscreen controls just don’t give you the genuine experience of playing them. Rise up and take back your retro gaming experience!
Soccer – pardon – football is coming to you. Let us show you how to follow and enjoy the World Cup 2014 on the go with your Windows Phone 8.
Anyone can use Google to find the default username and password of your Raspberry Pi. Don’t give intruders that chance!
Did you know you can listen to FM radio on your Windows Phone? Your headset doubles as an antenna and hands free control. Time to plug it in and make use of it.
SD cards have a finite life, with limits on how often data can be rewritten before the card gives in to entropy. For the Rapsberry Pi this can be a serious problem.
Are your shelves collapsing under the weight of packed folders and does paper seem to materialize everywhere? The answer to going paperless is digitisation.