Articles, tutorials, tips and tricks for various computer hardware platforms, how to get them up and running and how to get the most from them.
SD Cards are a good way to expand the storage capacity on Android smartphones, but they can be prone to corruption and data loss. We look at the reasons behind this, what to do to prevent SD card corruption and what to do when your SD card gets corrupted.
Google Chromecast is great when it works, but often there are numerous problems when the device fails to connect, unable to cast to Chromecast, unable to discover devices, timeouts and buffering. Here is a guide to help fix Chromecast problems.
Cryptocurrencies are an intriguing new technology disrupting the way traditional financial transactions occur. Whether money is sent, spent, invested, cryptocurrencies represent a huge shift in how we think about money.
RAID, or Redundant Array of Independent Disks, is a method by which multiple hard drives are merged together to create a higher performance system or one with greater data redundancy and protection.
If you have ever asked your IT support department to fix a problem you've been having with your computer, chances are they'll ask "Have you tried turning if off and on?"
Quantum computing is set to change the world in the future and promises computing power far in excess of every computer ever built, but despite its great promise, it's not widely available or particularly useful yet.
This is a scenario often played out in many an IT support department. Something goes wrong and it's IT's fault or problem. Even when something goes wrong that is nothing to do with IT.
In truth, they don't, but this is one of those marketing ploys that are tricking you into thinking you are buying a higher capacity than you actually are.
From the early 1970's it was realised that the current analogue telephone system, which had been established internationally over several decades, was now required to carry digital signals.
A short, but technical guide on how Digital to Analogue Conversion electronics works in simple circuits.