How To Add GPX Files To Google Maps

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Google Maps’ map data format of choice is KML, but they do support many other formats including GPX. GPX, also commonly referred to as GPS eXchange format, is an open standard XML type that contains Global Positioning System (GPS) coordinates on top of additional map data. The format has seen increased growth and is used […]

Check Out Our Revamped Social Media Pages

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Normally spring-cleaning is done….well, in the spring. But lately, we have been giving the whole shop a bit of a dusting and clean out – in particular with our social media channels. Starting from today, you will now be notified on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn when we have published something. You can also do your […]

What Should You Look For In a New Modem Router?

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Shopping for a good router has become quite a challenge, given the many options in the market today. It’s even more challenging for buyers looking to buy their very first router. Take all the jargon you will find in the box. What does it all mean? Do you find yourself asking “What wireless router features […]

How To Sync Ubuntu To Your Google Drive

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Are you using Google Drive to store your files but don’t know how to sync it to Ubuntu? Google does not provide a non-browser-based file client for Linux users. But there are several free and low-cost tools to help you. Below are three methods you can choose to follow. ODrive (Open Drive) ODrive is an […]

Do Cloud-Based Simulation Services Mean You Can Ditch That Expensive Workstation?

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People use computers for all sorts of purposes. The computer you have at home can do a variety of things. You can browse the web, play video games and (sadly) get some work done. The sort of work most of us do comes down to typing documents or maybe fiddling with a few Excel spreadsheets. […]

The Best 4 Alternatives To Google Chromecast

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One of the primary reasons a Google Chromecast alternative is sought after would be the lack of a standalone graphical interface and operating system. Anyone who currently owns a Chromecast can attest to the need to rely on other devices for control and management, like a PC or smartphone. Another, and likely the biggest reason, […]

How To Track Router History & Monitor Internet Activity

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There is no direct way to access someone’s search history – even if they are connected to your home router. That said, you can set up your router to log a user’s browser history. In this guide, we’ll show you how you can do just that. However, collecting data such as someone’s browsing history is […]

Is PC Water Cooling Actually Better?

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The introduction of water-cooling revolutionized PC building, and presented a new, incredibly efficient way to cool an entire system. Since that time, water-cooling has been thought of as the ultimate goal for a PC build – sleek, sexy, and high performing. But is it really better than a powerful fan with a good heatsink? This […]

Does Faster RAM Matter? – 2400MHz vs 3000MHz & Better

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It seems RAM is getting faster every day, but does faster RAM matter? Does it make sense to buy 3000MHz or is something like 2400MHz good enough? Let’s take a look at what higher frequency RAM actually does for your system and whether it’s worth buying or not. Once you have finished reading, you will […]

See How Much Your CPU Bottlenecks Your GPU BEFORE You Buy It

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Buying a new graphics card is one of the great joys of owning a gaming or other high-performance PC. You get to take a computer you currently own and, for a fraction of a whole machine’s cost, upgrade it to current graphical standards. Unfortunately, despite being a key component to gaming performance, your GPU doesn’t […]