Will We Not Have to Charge Devices in the Future?

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When you plug your phone into its charger, you’re probably already so used to it that you don’t realize how much of an inconvenience it is. You require the right kind of cable (although most phone manufacturers are phasing in universal USB charging), the proper milliamperage, and the right cable length. What if I told you that soon we’ll be seeing a future in which we don’t. 

Play the Classic Snake Game in the Linux Terminal

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Do you feel bored sometimes and wish that you could have some fun on your computer? While there are tons of games that you play on your machine, nothing beats the old classic snake game that we all used to play on our cellphone. And to make it better, play it in the terminal (or even the command prompt in Windows). nSnake is a small command line application of the classic snake game. It has. 

Review of Handy Linux – A Distro For The Absolute Beginner

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Now that Windows XP is officially unsupported by Microsoft, the need is greater than ever for PC operating systems that can be used on older hardware but without a complex user interface that requires a steep learning curve. Zorin OS is one possible alternative as it uses a theme that should be familiar to Windows XP users. Another XP alternative is Handy Linux. Rather than attempting to. 

How to Wirelessly Wake Up Mac Using Your iPhone

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Usually, when you want to wake up your Mac, you simply click on your mouse or hit a key on the keyboard. However, there are times when your Mac is out of reach and you need to wake it up. So what can you do? You can easily wake up your Mac using a technology called Wake on LAN, which can be found in OS X’s System Preferences. I won’t go into the details of the technology; I’ll. 

Android Apps That Help Save Money on Gas and Help Maintain Your Car

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They may not show it, but our cars these days are packed with computers. Underneath the hood, so to speak, cars have a wealth of information stored away on various chips. The information is just waiting to benefit drivers, but the majority of us have no idea it’s even lying there. Thankfully, there are multiple mobile apps ready to help us save money on gas. Here are three Android apps.