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.
Do you have an old domain name that you’re not using registered somewhere? Why not make some extra money with it? Here’s what you need to do.
Newcomer to the mobile space, Ubuntu Phone, has its own mobile-to-desktop software. If your device is compatible, and running the OTA-11 update (or later), you can turn your phone into a PC.
Want to emulate one of the classic 16-bit consoles, the Commodore Amiga? Here’s how to do it on any system!
If you’ve discovered Kodi you probably couldn’t live without it now. However, if you’re tired of controlling Kodi through a remote control app, you can use these keyboard shortcuts instead.
The Commodore Amiga is one of the most important consoles of the 16-bit era. Want to know what games you should play on an Amiga emulator? Here are 10 you should try!
Here’s something that might unsettle you: Google can hear everything you do, and most of it may be getting recorded. Here’s how to clear and disable all of that.
Ransomware is scary, and if it happens to you, it can make you feel helpless and defeated. That’s why you need to take these preemptive steps so you don’t get caught off guard.
What if you could configure Raspbian before you booted your Raspberry Pi? Wouldn’t it be great to have the wireless network set up so it works right out of the box? Here’s how.
Windows 10 regularly downloads massive updates. Don’t let this happen on an internet connection with a limited data allowance. We show you how to set up a metered connection.
Google has released the Pixel C tablet to paint the Android tablet experience in a whole new light — but is the whole idea just academic in a world with affordable Windows 10 tablets and Chromebooks?
The Raspberry Pi is a versatile piece of kit, capable of a diverse range of tasks. But it has one glaring flaw: the inability to boot from USB. Until now, that is.
The Mindstorms range is becoming an increasingly popular tool for makers of all skill levels and interests. These 10 astonishing Lego Mindstorms projects will show you just what I mean.