How to Put Your iOS Device into Recovery Mode (DFU Mode)

If you have ever needed to restore or need to remove a jailbreak from your iOS device you would need to put it into “DFU” mode. In other words this means recovery mode. Putting your device into recovery mode is simple when you follow these steps: Plug your device into your computer Turn off the… Read More »

How to Set Up Your Raspberry Pi as an AirPlay Receiver

The Rapberry Pi is a great little computer that provides a device to do little projects on. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to set up a Raspberry Pi to be used as an AirPlay receiver so you can stream audio from any iOS device, iTunes or compatible AirPlay software. Requirements You’re going to… Read More »

Top 5 Mobile Games to Play in Your Spare Time

  Angry Birds GO! This game reminds me alot of Mario Kart. The game is free and is available on most mobile platforms, it’s fun to play and you can have a quick game in a minute. The only complaint I have is that the graphics look a bit pixelated on my device. Download   Doodle… Read More »

How to Temporarily Install Fonts on Windows

Sometimes you only need to have a font installed for just a few minutes so installing and uninstalling them can become tedious. This is when FontLoader comes in. Font loader allows you to install fonts temporarily with ease. All you have to do is drag and drop the fonts that you need on the program… Read More »

Microsoft Wireless 800 Keyboard Review

When I was looking for a new keyboard a few months ago I went through all the major brands such as Logitech. But when I saw this I had to get this keyboard, the reviews on it looks good, but also it was cheap – £30 for the mouse and keyboard combo. So I chose this… Read More »

ProSound Microphone Review

This ProSound microphone is great value for money. You can pick one of these up for around £50 and they provide good audio quality for the price you are paying. I have had this microphone for 3 years now and it has not stopped working on me yet so I would thoroughly recommend it. Video… Read More »

How to Install XBMC on the Raspberry Pi

For this tutorial I am going to show you how to install XBMC on your Raspberry Pi. First of all I’d recommend using an 8gb SD card and it has to be at least class 4. To get XBMC you will want to go to www.raspbmc.com/download then just choose the version for your OS and download… Read More »

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