Revolutionizing pretty much every Raspberry Pi project so far, the Pi Zero’s compact form factor but lack of full-size USB and Ethernet ports make it attractive and challenging in equal measure. But despite it only being available since December 2015 (and even then, in short supply), the Pi Zero has had a huge impact. If […]
The Kindle Fire. Amazon is selling the Fire at a great price, and — paired with an Amazon Prime subscription — it’s the perfect companion for streaming movies and TV shows while on the go. What speaks against the Fire is the lack of apps and the aggressive Amazon ads on the lockscreen. But we’re […]
Like most operating systems, your Mac comes loaded with a handful of default apps that cover all kinds of use cases: office work, web browsing, email, tasks and todos, maps and navigation, photo management, music and podcasts, and more. While Apple has done an overall great job in naming these apps, you may still be […]
The Google Chromecast is one of the best gadgets to come out in recent years. The low-cost dongle turns any TV into a smart TV, so you can watch YouTube or Netflix on the big screen while controlling it from the smartphone in your hand. But that’s not all that it does, there are plenty […]
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