If you’re a PC enthusiast you probably like to keep track of your systems stats while you’re working or playing. With games this always meant you had to keep an overlay program running, which can get in the way of, you know, actually gaming. Thankfully it’s shockingly easy to setup a second display to show… Continue reading Create a PC Stats Display with Raspberry Pi
If you split your time between two or more countries it can be a real hassle to manage your online life. Not only do you run the risk of triggering security processes employed by banks, etc but it can also be a struggle to use things like online streaming services which you’re paying for or… Continue reading Create A VPN Server With A Raspberry Pi
A short while back I created my own home server which, among other things, used Nextcloud to act as a private cloud server to hold all my important documents and synchronise them across my devices. It’s working really well, but what if you didn’t want to have a great hulking PC running in your house… Continue reading Setup a Raspberry Pi Cloud Server With Nextcloud
I am a huge, huge lover of the Raspberry Pi platform and have used them all over the house for years now, but even I would have to admit that the built in audio capabilities are pretty dire. That’s not really surprising, the Raspberry Pi was designed as an educational tool, it just happens to… Continue reading Review: RaspyPlay4 Board
For quite a while now there have been a few different ways to program a Raspberry Pi as a a console emulator for some retro gaming action. The latest version of the Pi at this point (version 3) is a fantastic basis for emulation, with plenty of USB ports, HDMI out and enough processing power… Continue reading Review: RetroFlag NESPi Raspberry Pi Case
While I struggle to get some new content together over the next few days I’m looking back over my more popular YouTube videos and getting them presented here on the NEW, IMPROVED TechMadeEasy. Check out this video where I compare two versions of XBMC (now KODI) for the Raspberry Pi mini-computer.
Awesome effects on the cheap The Raspberry Pi camera module has been around for a while now, available from both RS Components and Farnell in the UK. It’s pretty inexpensive at less than £20, but to be honest I’ve been struggling for ideas as to what I could do with it. Thankfully, Mike, who’s written for TME before, has… Continue reading SHOOT TIME LAPSE VIDEOS WITH A RASPBERRY PI
Plex on your Pi!
Liz Eban made an interesting post on the official Raspberry Pi site today; Minecraft is now available for the Raspberry Pi, and it’s absolutely free.
The two XBMC Raspberry Pi variants go head-to-head