How to Set Up a Raspberry Pi Headless

The Raspberry Pi is a computer that can do so much in such a small and discrete form-factor. I’m going to show you how you can set up your Raspberry Pi to automatically enable SSH and connect to Wi-Fi without…

How to set up Alexa on the Raspberry Pi

The Amazon Echo is a small and useful device to have around the home, but if you’re not sure if you really need one and have a Raspberry Pi lay around – you can make your own!

How to Clone your Windows Hard Drive to an SSD

Buying an SSD is a great way to speed up a computer that is using a traditional mechanical hard drive. Luckily you don’t have to start over from scratch when you buy one, it’s easy and simple to copy all…

How to Turn your Raspberry Pi into an Ad Blocker for your Network

The Raspberry Pi can be used for pretty much anything, you can play your favourite classic games, or use it to stream more modern games from your computer. But in this article, we are going to turn it into an…

Turn your Raspberry Pi into a Retro Gaming Machine with RetroPie

The Raspberry Pi has a variety of use cases, we’ve covered a few before, it could be used to stream your Steam games, turn your speaker into an AirPlay speaker and much more. This time we’re going to take a…

How to Run Android Apps in Google Chrome

In this video I show you how to run Android apps in Google Chrome. For this to work you will want Chrome 37 (or above) and the ArChon Runtime and a modified Android app, I’ll explain this later in the tutorial.

Getting Started with the Raspberry Pi

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.