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  • Fortnite on Android Is Coming Summer 2018
    by Dave Parrack on May 21, 2018 at 11:00 pm

    In March 2018, Epic Games announced Fortnite for iOS and Android. Unfortunately for Android owners, Fortnite debuted on iOS. However, Epic Games has now announced when Fortnite is coming to Android. And because we don’t do clickbait, the clue is in the title. Fortnite is a massive hit at this point. It started life on PC and consoles, and is now available on mobile devices too. And while the game isn’t perfect on mobile, Epic Games is committed to improving the mobile version of Fortnite over the next few months. When Is Fortnite Coming to Android? To that end, Epic...Read the full article: Fortnite on Android Is Coming Summer 2018 […]

  • How to Install and Change Themes in Ubuntu
    by Lori Kaufman on May 21, 2018 at 6:00 pm

    As of version 17.10, Ubuntu has moved away from the Unity desktop and back to an updated version of the GNOME desktop. If you upgraded to Ubuntu 17.10 (or even upgraded to Ubuntu 18.04), the Unity desktop is still available, so you can switch back to it (via the gear icon on the login screen), or remove the Unity desktop from Ubuntu. If you do this, you can install new GNOME themes for a whole new look. Here’s how. The Differences: Icon vs. GTK vs. GNOME Shell Themes Ubuntu features icon, GTK, and GNOME Shell themes, as well as different...Read the full article: How to Install and Change Themes in Ubuntu […]

  • 5 Types of Mobile Apps You Should Stop Installing
    by Ben Stegner on May 21, 2018 at 5:00 pm

    With millions of apps available on smartphones, it’s no surprise that not all of them are beneficial. Indeed, many mobile apps exist solely to attack your device or steal your personal information. We’ve taken a look at specific apps you should avoid, but there are entire categories of untrustworthy apps as well. Let’s discuss some broad app categories you should avoid or be cautious about. These especially apply to Android users since Google Play has less oversight than the App Store, but the topic is still relevant for iPhone users. 1. Flashlight Apps There’s no reason to use these apps...Read the full article: 5 Types of Mobile Apps You Should Stop Installing […]

  • What Is SketchBook? The Best Free Drawing App for Artists and Designers
    by Tim Brookes on May 21, 2018 at 4:00 pm

    Autodesk SketchBook is a painting and drawing app that’s been designed to get your ideas down on “paper” as quickly as possible. It’s an expressive drawing app for doodlers, artists, and designers looking to rapidly capture their inspiration and design ideas. In 2018, Autodesk made the full version of SketchBook free to all. Previously the software used a subscription model, but now all you need is a free Autodesk account. In this article, we take a look at the app, what it can do, and what makes it so unique. What Is SketchBook? Autodesk SketchBook is a drawing app available...Read the full article: What Is SketchBook? The Best Free Drawing App for Artists and Designers […]

  • Everything You Need to Know About Raspberry Pi GPIO Pins
    by Ian Buckley on May 21, 2018 at 3:00 pm

    The Raspberry Pi is a cheap and tiny computer capable of a huge array of tasks, including retro gaming and being a home media center. The Pi also has a heavy focus on education, with both Scratch and Minecraft Pi edition geared towards helping young people learn to code, and the GPIO pins (General Purpose Input/Output) open up a whole world of DIY electronic tinkering and invention. What Are Raspberry Pi GPIO Pins? In this article, we will tell you everything you need to know about the Pi’s GPIO pins: what they can do, how to use them, and mistakes...Read the full article: Everything You Need to Know About Raspberry Pi GPIO Pins […]

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