Steve Smith explains the process of getting the Ubuntu installed in Windows 10.
Steve Smith explains why laptop gaming doesn't seem to be supported by manufactures, and what it actually means for you, the laptop gamer.
Steve Smith talks about the gaping hole Microsoft just accidentally introduced in portable UEFI Secure Boot enabled devices.
Steve Smith explains how to mitigate the risks of a 20-Year-Old bug never fixed by Microsoft.
Steve Smith answers regular contributors question on how Pokémon Go uses GPS, but more accurately explaining why it doesn't just use generic GPS, but sensors that are so much better.
Steve Smith talks about how Pokémon works, and how Microsoft's HoloLens could have potentially made the game better.
Steve Smith talks about just how far warrants can reach, and what some Government Agencies will do to push their limits.
Steve Smith talks about a common issue when answering emails for technical issues, the lack of proper data collection for diagnostic solution requests. This is what you should do before asking for help.
Steve Smith talks about Apple's new patent that would allow concert halls, theaters, artists, etc. the ability to prevent you from recording the show.
Steve Smith talks about why Linux has yet to be as popular and as universal as Windows and Mac.
Steve Smith talks about the mobile device ecosystem, fanboyism, and why Android can't save your screen in a fall.
Steve Smith talks about weak passwords, current actions companies are taking, and how your weak passwords lead to future hacks and accounts being compromised.