How To Protect Yourself from Hackers, Phishers, and Criminals
This guide will give you some tips on how you can protect yourself from hackers, phishers, and criminals, and stay safe online.
Make Sure Your iPhone Records Video in 4K
The iPhone is capable of recording video in 4K. But it’s not always set to do so by default. This guide explains how to make sure it’s filming in the right resolution.
Adobe Kills Flash, Recommends All Users Uninstall It
After 26 years, Adobe Flash will be disabled across the entire Internet. The decision marks the end of the road for a piece of software that was innovative, but that had been left behind.
Pick the Right Sonos App for Your Setup
There are now two Sonos controllers: The gold 'Sonos' app, and the dark grey 'Sonos S1' app. This guide helps you choose the correct one for your Sonos system.
Download Mac OS 8 as an Electron app for Mac, Linux, and Windows
Felix Riesberger has released a version of 'Mac OS 8, running in an Electron app pretending to be a 1991 Macintosh Quadra.'
Sonos Backtracks a Little
After announcing it would drop support for its older products, Sonos vows that "all Sonos products will continue to work past May" 2020.
Set Up Your Sonos System Without a Sonos Bridge
Sonos has finally killed its Bridge. This guide explains how to set up your system to interact directly with your WiFi.
Run Pi-Hole 5 Beta Behind an NGINX Reverse Proxy
How to prevent Pi-Hole 5 Beta from throwing up: "Error, something went wrong! While executing: attempt to write a readonly database."
Connect Your Apple AirPods to Your Apple TV in Three Simple Steps
Listen to the sound from your Apple TV through your AirPods -- without leaving the show you're watching.
Sonos Is Killing Support for Its Older Speakers
In May, 2020, Sonos will reclassify many of its devices as "legacy" and drop support for them. Which products are included, and what will this mean for you?