This information-packed special issue delivers the hardcore details on all the latest PC hardware and software. It’s loaded with hot hardware, product roundups, lots of lab testing, and hands-on projects to get you started on your own PC experiments.
HWM Singapore is a monthly consumer technology publication covering the 3Cs of tech -- Computers, Consumer Electronics & Communications (and now Software & Games). A strong technology brand with independent editions throughout South-east Asia since 2000, HWM Singapore is known for its authoritative product comparison shootouts, analytical feature stories, benchmarked product reviews and technical walkthroughs. Feast your eyes on easy-to-read layouts, useful tips and decisive reviews, before plonking that hard-earned dollar on the best technology for you, your social circle and your home.
HTML5 & CSS3 were first implemented in 2012. Since then, web design has excelled, becoming an art form that almost seems like technical wizardry. This book aims to show you what can be achieved with essential techniques. Featuring:
Introducing HTML - Get to grips with the basics of HTML5
Introducing CSS - Learn the beginnings of CSS
Responsive Web Design - Make your site adaptable to mobile devices
Bootstrap - Create a responsive website
It’s hard to imagine the web without Google. Services such as Google Maps and YouTube are becoming smarter, faster and more useful all the time. This MagBook reveals more than 400 secret tricks to help you get the most from the Google sites and software you use every day. Discover the best Chrome add-ons for speeding up online tasks, find out how to customise Gmail and Google Drive to make them look and behave the way you want. This guide also explains how to regain control of your personal information if you’re worries about your privacy. If you want to become a Google expert, then this is the guide for you.
Computer Shopper is the essential monthly magazine that allows you to stay abreast of the latest news and releases in the world of technology. With more reviews, hands-on guides and features than any other tech monthly, you’ll be better informed by reading Computer Shopper.
This latest volume of Android Tips, Tricks, Apps & Hacks focuses on the best apps available, and introduces the latest iteration in Android OS: Android Lollipop. The Tips section offers over 100 ways in which you can use the core Android apps more effectively, eking out the absolute most functionality from your device. The Tricks chapter explores the best third party apps in depth, explaining how you can use Android for blogging, keeping fit, editing images, making music and more. You can then take the next step with our Hacks tutorials, learning how to root and alter your device with technical tweaks. Finally, in the apps section, we pick out the best apps on Google Play.
The complete guide to Lollipop
Find out everything you need to know about Android's latest update.
Discover how to get the most from the core apps on your device.
Use third-party apps to get things done efficiently.
Get hacking and unlock aspects of your device that can really boost its power.
Learn about the different models and how to assemble your Raspberry Pi, before discovering the best distros and peripherals for it. Once you've got started with Raspbian, follow the steps to complete the various projects, from turning your Pi into an office suite to streaming music and much more.Featuring:
Getting started - Learn to set up your Raspberry Pi and install the latest OSs for it
Projects - Take inspiration and learn to create some of your own
PC PowerPlay is Australia's original and best-selling PC games magazine, with 100% Australian content. Its distinctive, informed and amusing style is widely respected. Offering a mix of games and hardware coverage, the magazine gives a complete picture for the PC entertainment enthusiast. Breaking news of new games, detailing reviews of upcoming games, and helping readers make sense of the array of hardware and tech products that hit the market each month. PC Powerplay doesn’t just promote tech, it benchmarks and analyses it to help gamers make the most intelligent purchasing decision.
With computer coding and programming now part of the school curriculum, children as young as five will now be developing their computing skills alongside English and Maths.
The Raspberry Pi might be small but its potential is enormous. The aim of this guide is to tap into that by helping parents and children get started with their Pi and work together on a wide range of fun projects that are both enjoyable and educational. We have updated the content for 2015 to include even more great tasks to try, and to introduce the latest additions to the Pi range.
Raspberry Pi Annual is an exciting, educational guide to the world's most popular single board computer, found everywhere from the classroom to the hobbyist’s garage. We show you how to set up, upgrade and accessorise your Pi, write advanced Python programs to make the most of its processing power, and put together complex projects ranging from time-lapse cameras to self-navigating robots and quadcopters. Featuring:
Buid smart machines - Create your own innovative gadgets by combining your Pi with household tech
Perfect your coding - Learn to speak Python, the world's most popular programming language for Pi
Discover cutting-edge tech - Get the inside story on the revolutionary technology emerging around the device
Take the next step - From artificial intelligence to flight, make something truly inspiring
La revista mensual de informática más vendida en España. En Pc&I encontrarás todo lo necesario para estar a la última en Windows, Pcs, Internet, móviles y mucho más. Cada número incluye los últimos lanzamientos, las pruebas más exhaustivas y los artículos y trucos paso a paso para que puedas hacer el máximo con tu ordenador. Si la tecnología es lo tuyo, no te pierdas Pc&I
Raspberry Pi Tips, Tricks & Hacks gives you everything you need to not only get up and running with a brand new Raspberry Pi, but also fire up your imagination and unleash your creativity. From tweeting wildlife cameras to alarm clocks, arcade machines and touch-screen video players – and even robots and remote control cars – this bookazine is jam-packed with fun, creative projects that will ensure you make the most of your Pi. Featuring:
Master Raspberry Pi in 7 Days – Get the Ras Pi essentials down in a single week
Tips – Kick-start your own projects with innovative ideas
Tricks – Build amazing Pi-powered gadgets from scratch
Hacks – Discover how you can control robots with your Ras Pi
Packed with step-by-step tutorials covering some of the most common distros and software available, this revised edition of Linux Tips, Tricks, Apps & Hacks Volume 2 is an essential guide to maximising the potential of your open-source setup.
Build your own distros - Create the distro that's right for you
Tips - Secure your network, makes packages and much more
Tricks - Use open source apps to enhance your system
Hacks - Advanced tutorials that focus on customisation and creating
OS X Yosemite is the best version of OS X yet. Bringing a refined interface with a raft of new, intelligent features, it helps you get things done faster and enjoy your Mac more. In this special edition from the experts at MacFormat magazine, we bring you a whopping 564 tips to help you in your quest to conquer Yosemite!
With in-depth guides to dozens of essential apps, The Nexus Book is an indispensable companion for those looking to get to grips with their new Android tablet. Step-by-step tutorials cover everything from basic settings to some of the Nexus's more advanced features, as well as advising on how to get the most out of the great content available on the Google Play store.
Do more with your Nexus
- Fed up with spending time on the same old apps over and over again? Perhaps it's time to expand your horizons
Email & Gmail
- Discover how to set up new accounts in both the main email apps on your Nexus
- Browse the web using the same bookmarks and settings you use on all your devices
- Navigate the world, locate your favourite bars and restaurants, and get directions anywhere
Building your own website is cheap and easy these days. If you’re simply planning to set up a blog, you won’t have to pay a penny, since sites such as WordPress (see Chapter 6) are free to use. You’ll even get a unique website name, such as davidlidlow.wordpress.com. if you have your heart set on a more professional-looking web address, such as www.davidludlow.com, you’ll be pleased to hear that it won’t break the bank. Domain names cost from a little as £3 per year; find our how to buy one on page 14. WordPress and other websites such as Jimdo (see page 18) are great for getting your site online in just a few mintues, but they may be want a place for members to interact or you have a small business and need to set up an online shop to boost sales, you’ll find guides on how to build the perfect site inside this book. If you want complete control over the way your site looks and works, you’ll find step-by-step guides to the latest web technologies, such as HTML5 and CSS. You’ll also learn how to add dynamic features such as interactive Google maps, videos and photo galleries. Whatever your level of experience, this book will teach you how to build a website the right w WordPress and other websites such as Jimdo (see page 18) are great for getting your site online in just a few mintues, but they may be want a place for members to interact or you have a small business and need to set up an online shop to boost sales, you’ll find guides on how to build the perfect site inside this book. If you want complete control over the way your site looks and works, you’ll find step-by-step guides to the latest web technologies, such as HTML5 and CSS. You’ll also learn how to add dynamic features such as interactive Google maps, videos and photo galleries. Whatever your level of experience, this book will teach you how to build a website the right way.