Month: august 2017

Xbox One mouse and keyboard support comes to insiders

Microsoft’s Phil Spencer reaffirmed that mouse and keyboard support was on the way to the Xbox One nearly 18 months ago. Now, at long last, such input peripheral flexibility has started to appear in the Xbox Insider update rings. The first sign of mouse compatibility has

How to Install Budgie Desktop 10.4 on Ubuntu

If you’ve been itching to try the very latest stable release of the Budgie desktop on Ubuntu prepare to scratch — it’s now available to install on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and up. The Ubuntu Budgie team has made it super easy to install Budgie 10.4 on

How to Install KDE Plasma 5.10.5 in KUbuntu 17.04

KDE Plasma Desktop 5.10.5 was released almost one week ago. It’s available in the main repository of Ubuntu 17.10. Here’s is how to install it in KUbuntu 17.04 via PPA repository. Plasma 5.10.5 is bug-fix release. The bugfixes are typically small but important and include: A

How to Install Laravel on a DirectAdmin Server

  In this article, we will show you how to install Laravel on CentOS 7 VPS with DirectAdmin control panel. Laravel is a popular, open-source PHP web application framework with expressive and elegant syntax. This guide should work on other Linux VPS systems as well but

Apple Shares New Augmented Reality Resources for Developers

Apple today updated its developer site with new sample code for ARKit, providing developers with additional details on what can be done with the upcoming feature. According to Apple, the new code is available alongside new ARKitbest practicespublished in the Human Interface Guidelines. õun…

Review: be quiet! SFX L Power 600W PSU

Computer power-supply units (PSUs) fall into one of two camps. There’s the 1,000W juggernauts used by a few over-the-top enthusiasts with enough cash to drive multiple high-end graphics cards and overvolted, overclocked CPUs. These supplies are also in huge demand with miners keen to turn a

How To Set First Day Of The Week In Windows 10

The first day of the week is different depending on which country you live in. Windows ought to use your regional settings to decide which is the first day of the week, or even how to display the date but it doesn’t. The regional settings only

Logitech launches LIGHTSPEED PC gaming peripherals

Logitech emailed HEXUS today to tell us about its new LIGHTSPEED PC gaming peripherals. The initial LIGHTSPEED range includes a wireless mouse and a mechanical keyboard. LIGHT SPEED is nothing to do with RGB LEDs, or the mouse sensor but the proprietary wireless technology from Logitech,

Fitbit Ionic vs Fitbit Blaze: What’s the difference?

Fitbit might have started out as an activity tracking company, but it has now flourished into a fully-fledged GPS sports smartwatch maker. We compare its latest offering, the Ionic, with the Blaze. First there was the Blaze smartwatch, which offered GPS tracking using your phone’s connection.