Apple is opening up the doors for the OS X Yosemite Beta to the public. Starting on Thursday, a public beta program will allow one million people to sign up to try all the new features in OS X Yosemite.
Google has now announced the design for its self-driving cars, which will allow people to travel in a car without using a steering wheel or pedals, as there aren’t any in the car.
The Raspberry Pi is a very small computer, it is great for trying small projects on. The device has Analog Video Out, Audio Out, 2x USB 2.0 Ports, Ethernet, HDMI and Micro USB for Power.
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.
The Raspberry 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.
In this post I round up my Top 5 Mobile Games to Play in your spare time.
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 keyboard and haven’t gone back to my old one since.
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.
For this tutorial I am going to show you how to install XBMC on your Raspberry Pi.