Now that we have our processor and GPU selected, it’s time to take a look at the motherboard features we’ll need for our Extreme Gaming PC.
In the third part of our guide to building an extreme gaming PC, we talk through processor options. AMD, Intel, FX, Core i5, Core i7? What’s right for you?
In the second part of our series on building an Extreme Gaming PC, we take a look at graphics cards – the most expensive component of the build.
If you’re considering a Retro Gaming PC build, find out about the hardware and software you’ll need to emulate the consoles of yesteryear.
We’re delighted to announce that We Got Served’s Using OS X Server El Capitan at Home is now available to buy and download from our store.
Now that smart home lighting is so readily available, it’s really easy to transform your home for festive occasions and holidays. There’s no need to splash paint around, when you can simply bathe your home in spooky Halloween lighting, courtesy of the latest smart LED lights.
Hive Active Heating 2 launches ahead of expanded smart home service roll-out, with a newly designed thermostat and funky interchangeable covers. If you need to upgrade an existing Hive Active Heating System, here’s how.
Learn how to boot the Google OnHub into developer mode, opening up the potential for custom software, additional features and more – if you’re brave enough!
Nest Labs just released the third generation of the popular Nest Learning Thermostat (model T3007EF) which hit stores last week. In this walkthough, I’ll be replacing an older digital thermostat with the popular smart home device.
So, you’ve taken the plunge. You’ve decided that the Google OnHub is going to make your digital life better. You’ve bought the device (or are about to) and you’re ready to get started. What happens next?
If you’re experiencing wireless connectivity issues, an Xbox One Controller Firmware update may be in order. Here’s how to do it.
With Microsoft recently announcing forthcoming DVR features for the Xbox One, it’s a good time to re-evaluate the potential of the console in your living room. First up, let’s check out Live TV.