Discord. Oh. Man. I only signed up on Thursday, and it's already coming DANGEROUSLY close to replacing Hangouts as my favourite cross-platform messenger app. It was designed by a handful of gamers who looked at Skype and TeamSpeak and thought,"You know what? We can do SOOOOO much better!" And, I must admit, they kinda did. Why … Continue reading Discord 101: Why to use it, and how to manage your server like a pro
The myth "Linux can't game" has been abolished many times. And now, there's another new kid on the block. Or at least there would be, but for the evilness of a gaming company. Does anyone know about Minecraft: Story Mode? You don't? Well, I don't have time to tell you about it, so I'll just point you … Continue reading Minecraft Story Mode Pronounced Ready For Linux Release
As a geek, poking around in your settings and on the Intertubes, you may have come across this term. But what is a Precision Trackpad? Find out with this guide. Precision Trackpads Explained Mouse settings have been around for a while, and, after many meetings back in the 90s, people have pretty much figured out … Continue reading Precision Trackpads Explained: What They Are And Why They Should Be More Of A Thing
Firefox have been teasing 57 for a while now. They say it will be "The best Firefox ever." But is it worth it? Will it fix every single one of Firefox's issues? I grab a copy of Firefox Nightly and find out. If you want to follow along with me, you'll need to download a … Continue reading Firefox 57: Does It Deserve The Hype?
If only you could get WiFi in the Airport without signing up for an account... Well, now you can! It's not free (unless you have an unlimited cellular plan) but at least you're not forced to sign up to a mailing list just so you can get WiFi. "Ah!" you say, "But I know what … Continue reading How to turn your iPhone into a WiFi hotspot
Image Credit: Kasper Bertelsen Unless you have been living under a rock, have no WiFi or don't read anything on the internet, you will have heard the phrase: SCREENS RUIN YOUR SLEEP PATTERNS!!!! THE WORLD IS ENDING!!!!AAAAAAAA!!! I made that last bit up. So, while it is not the beginning of the Apocalypse, it is … Continue reading Understanding screen warming tech
Walmart collect a petabyte of customer data per hour. Google probably collect more. So a partnership should be exciting. Oh wait. It's already happened. Have you ever heard of Google Express? No? I'm not surprised. Although Google pushed it with Google Home/Assistant and even made it the subject of their 2016 april fools joke. But sadly, … Continue reading Walmart Parteners With Google And Things Happen
Doesn't that just look like the last word in AWESOMENESS? Even though iOS is the best OS EVER, it can get a bit boring, especially since iOS 11 is just around the corner (So we've had 10 for almost a year now). So, it can be nice for a change. Now, if you think so too, keep … Continue reading How to give your iOS experience a fresh coat of paint
Stop smiling, all you on Android Nougat! You ain't on the latest Android anymore! Android O is finally here. And, to the obvious relief of the community, it's called Oreo. The reason we're all releived is that back when Nougat was still N, the public wanted Google to call it Nutella, like they did with Android 4.4 … Continue reading Hurrah! Android O Is Out!!
If you subscribe to our RSS, are one of our four followers, or you just come over here a lot, you may have noticed the production rate of articles going down over the past few weeks. The slow internet here in SA is partly to blame, but the real problem is that we're just not … Continue reading DoubleGeek Announcement: We want to know what YOU want to know