Proud new Dad, James is obsessive about his Arduino and Oculus Rift.
DIY Projects Editor, Product Reviews Editor and Lead Developer
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James's Latest Posts
The LazePad Holder seems like a clever way to protect your iPad while increasing functionality. At the end of this review, you’d certainly want one!
Without wishing to scare you, the short answer is: it’s very easy for anyone to view your webcam. The long answer is: some networked webcams require nothing more than a secret URL, while most USB or built-in laptop webcams would need the computer to be compromised first. Here are three ways of viewing a webcam […]
I really hate WiFi, and you should too. If you own your own home or your landlord doesn’t mind a few holes in the wall, running gigabit Ethernet around the house is the best thing you can do for a faster computing experience. But what’s all this about Cat 6 or crossover cables? Here’s everything […]
Why pay $50 for a Tor proxy box when you can make your own with a Raspberry Pi and USB WiFi dongle?
Down time, server configuration, performance issues, software upgrades… running your own server can be a nightmare when all you want to do is focus on the content. Switch to dedicated WordPress hosting to focus on your content. For a long time I’ve enjoyed owning and running my own virtual private server (not sure what that […]
Plugins bother me – seeing a long list of them, each registering it’s own hooks and filters and … eugh. Sometimes a simple solution can be found with just a few lines in your functions.php file. Here are 10 of our favourites. Note that functions.php is a part of your theme, and as such any […]
Will the Gridseed ASIC miner be the Bitcoin-mining, money-making machines we want them to be?
In today’s video, we’ll be talking about third party browsers for the iPad.
A picture is worth a thousand words – unless it’s been resized inappropriately, in which case it’s worth negative one-hundred words. Okay – so maybe that’s a lesser known version of an old saying or something I just made up, but the point is: WordPress is very powerful when it comes to thumbnails and image sizes – […]
At the heart of every WordPress install is the wp-config.php file, a file so sacred and shrouded in mystery that every WordPress user knows it should never be touched. Or should it? In fact, there’s a lot of lesser known useful hacks that can be without damaging WordPress in any way, and it’s about time […]
We tested the Poweradd Apollo Pro 23,000mAh external battery pack with automatic solar charging.
TitanFall is arguably one of the best first person shooters ever, and that’s partly because it adds a lot of new features to a relatively tired genre. But you’ll need some new tactics to go along with that.
Have you kept yourself away from cyrptocurrencies or a discussion on their future? It’s easy to get lost in the lingo. Don’t get left out with this handy reference guide.
Today, we’re taking a look at the Thecus N2310 a two-bay NAS with an abundance of features.
New things are cool, but old things aren’t. Unless they’re really old, in which case they’re cool again! That’s the gist of “retro”.