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.
If you’re into retro gaming, your Kodi box and the Rom Collection Browser can be incredibly useful! Here’s how to use your Kodi device to start playing retro games today!
It’s easy to make podcasts on-the-go, as long as you have the right tools. In this piece, what you need and how to do it.
Let’s take a look at problems surrounding USB devices and SD cards with popular distros (we’re using Ubuntu) and less widely-used distros, such as the Raspberry Pi’s Raspbian Jessie operating system.
OnePlus One and OnePlus 2 were tricky to get hold of, despite attracting favorable reviews. This time around, things are different.
Trojan attacks are sneaky because they can steal your personal details and sensitive data without you even realizing it. Here’s how to avoid Trojan infections on Android devices.
You’re sick of Android and iOS – you want a new mobile experience, one that isn’t tainted by Microsoft, or the failing BlackBerry. What you need is Ubuntu Phone!
What would you do if someone remotely hijacked your car? Here are a few ways your own car can be hacked and how you can avoid them going forward.
If you’re heading on a road trip with friends you’re bound to be singing to the tunes blasting out of your car radio. Why not turn it into a carpool karaoke?!
Looking for deep, challenging games, with a dose of complexity and strategy? Get ready to eXplore, eXpand, eXploit, and eXterminate with these 8 amazing 4X games for Android!
Old toys can be worth a lot of money — if you know how to sell them. These eight tips will help you get the most out of your sales.
Want that PC gaming experience on your phone or another Android device? These 10 PC games available on Android are sure to entertain you and bring back memories!
You’re presumably running the latest version of Raspbian on your Raspberry Pi. But is it the best Linux distro for the device? Could there be an alternative that you might find suits you better?