To install Ubuntu 14.04 “Trusty” to your Chromebook, visit our updated guide. Click this headline.
Domain Names & Web Hosting
QUESTION: If I purchase a domain from a hosting service, can I change or use a different hosting service?
ANSWER: Absolutely! Although most hosting services provide a “free” domain name if you purchase hosting services from them, that is not the only way to acquire … Continue reading
Network Router Guide
Network Router Functions:
This network router guide describes some of the many functions of your router:
- It serves as the local “node” for the Wide Area Network (WAN), which is generally understood as the Internet or “cloud.” To do this, it connects directly to … Continue reading
Intro to Video Security
This is the first article in this series. Look for additional articles in the coming days.
I live in a rural area and I have been looking for a good security system that would not break my bank. I want motion detection and video surveillance. Remote … Continue reading
The Bible App for Kids is now available
Here is a copy of the information available at BIBLE.COM/KIDS
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Android 4.4 KitKat Released
From the Official Android Blog:
Just in time for Halloween, we have two new treats for Android fans. First, we’re excited to unwrap our latest platform release, KitKat, which delivers a smarter, more immersive Android experience to even more people. And second, … Continue reading
Install Linux on Chromebook using the Crouton script. Step-by-step guide with links, photos, and video. Continue reading
If you have been helped by the Bishop
Then why not help me?
Then here are some ways you can help me:
- Donate: Your donations help me purchase new technology devices to review and support. We are always receptive to your donations. Hit the “Donate” button on the left … Continue reading
The Nymi bracelet lets you use your unique cardiac rhythm to wirelessly authenticate your identity to your smartphone, car and so much more. Continue reading
iPhone vs Android
I don’t usually “borrow” articles from other sites. However, this article by JR Raphael is so appropriate that I want my users to see it here. I encourage you to read the original article here. You may wish to follow JR – there are links on that site to do so. Continue reading