A DE3815 that won’t boot out of the box isn’t a good thing – but the first step (after checking RAM and whatnot) is a forced BIOS update…
Like many Millenials, I’ve had to break the bad news to the family – I’m not going to keep hobbling along their ancient, unsupported PCs anymore. Now I’m going to help you do the same.
If you’re running Chrome 36 (the new version just released this week), on Windows, I’m going to make the case that you may want to keep on upgrading past it.
If you have a Dell Venue 8 Pro, time to update.
Like a lawyer that doesn’t write a will for his/her spouse, I have left my own personal blog out of the Console OS promotional loop.
I explain why forking TrueCrypt is a good idea, and shouldn’t be feared because of its oddball license… or its abandonment by the original authors.
It used to be that I reviewed gadgets all the time, but over on PhoneNews.com I took a coffee break from coding and building Android, to write a review of the ASUS WL-330NUL.
I recently stumbled on a service photo guide on some random Chinese site, and figured I’d mirror it here for those in need. It covers teardown to the RAM, SATA, and mSATA drives. Enjoy.
While killing time, I made an icon.
I outline four things I’d like to see in GPLv4.