Sam Stephens

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Highlighting Featured Buildings - Shape, Detail and Contrast

Cities and buildings come up a lot in questions. I’ll put together a software specific tutorial on buildings, but today I’m just going to go through …

Build of the week: Tt D3sk

<i>Every Monday,</i> <i>Build of the week</i> <i>highlights a unique rig from the web's most dedicated PC building communities.</i><p>The Thermaltake CaseMOD Invitational is …

‘Coding with Chrome’ app for Chrome OS lets students program in HTML, JavaScript, more

Since they can’t really run typical full-fledged desktop apps, the absence of any real programming IDE for Chromebooks has long been one of many reasons <i>not</i> to buy into Google’s laptop platform. The lack of apps is a problem that is soon to be remedied for many thanks to the addition of the Google …

Getting Started with Wio Link Starter Kit, Visual Programming Android App, and IFTTT

Wio Link is a board based on on ESP8266 WiSoC that supposed to be easy to setup thanks to Grove modules - no breadboard and mesh or wires - and, as I

Android Apps

Pi-Top Raspberry Pi Laptop Kit Arrives At Adafruit

Raspberry Pi enthusiasts that are looking for a way to transform their pocket Raspberry Pi mini PC into a more professional portable system in the …

Raspberry Pi

Setting up a Raspberry Pi cluster

I am always interested in trying things out. Recently I have had the idea to build a small Raspberry Pi cluster, both as an exercise but also to have …

4 Tips to Make Your Mac Run Faster

Unfortunately, it’s an inevitable part of life. Your brand new shiny laptop is gradually going to accumulate all kinds of software bloat and other …

​Sony is done with the Xperia Z range

When Sony announced three new Xperias earlier this week, it wasn't really apparent where they fit into its grander smartphone plans. Turns out, the X, XA and X Performance are its future.<p>Since 2013 Sony's flagships have been defined by the letter "Z." We've seen over 10 smartphones with the label, …