If technology has you confused, this is the place to be. We’ll do our best to break down complex topics, and convey them in a way everyone can understand.
Android TV is replacing the now-five-year-old Google TV. And it’s not just an update — it’s a complete remake.
We’ve all been there at one point or another. Sick of our Internet service, looking for a new way to connect to the Internet, but confused by the many different options.
Have you ever felt frustrated by a web page's slow loading time, or been concerned…
The modern battery is featured in so many of our favourite technologies that you could almost be forgiven for not spending time learning about their workings.
When most people think of satellite phones, they picture huge, clunky devices that went out of style with the early 90s.
Did you know there’s more to location services than GPS? There’s another satellite navigation system which you might not have heard of, but you’re probably already using. It’s called GLONASS.
If you purchased a car after 1996, chances are it has an OBD-II (On-board diagnostics II) port. But what is it?
Whether you’re buying a new computer or building your own, you’re going to be subjected to a lot of acronyms and random numbers.
Virtual machines and virtual servers — what are they and how do they differ?
When a company like NVIDIA announced that it was working on a technology called G-SYNC that would reside in computer monitors, we had to take notice.
QWERTY is over 100 years old. It’s outdated and outclassed by several alternatives, yet it’s still the most popular keyboard layout in the world. How did we get here?
The packaging of a computer or computer hardware is crowded with technical terms and badges. One of the more prominent ones is 64-bit.
Wearable tech, in its many shapes and forms, changes human-machine interaction.
What kind of Internet access do you really have? Broadband? High Speed? Wireless? Satellite? Fibre?
WiFi connections are running at half-duplex while the wired part of the LAN are on full-duplex. So it seems that by connecting through WiFi, something had to give. Were we shortchanged?
The truth is: many OSS developers and projects do generate revenue.
Do you unplug your computer during severe storms? If not, you may want to start.
Ping is a command used to measure the latency between two devices on a network. When your internet feels fast, you’re experiencing a low ping. But why does your ping change, and how can you fix it?
Did you know that not all open source licenses are the same?
There’s not a single aspect of the human experience that hasn’t been touched by technology, including our very bodies.
From time to time, we all get concerned about our computer’s temperature. But should we be worried?
The Cloud. It’s a term that gets thrown around a lot these days. What is the cloud, exactly?
You may have heard the terms GSM and CDMA thrown around before in a conversation about cell phones, but what do they really mean?