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How to build a wireless motion sensor for your Raspberry Pi

Jonathan Evans, the founder of PrivateEyePi has written a tutorial on how to construct a wireless motion sensor and interface it to a Raspberry Pi.

War Thunder: Beginner’s Guide

A few simple steps for those starting out at War Thunder.

Installing VMware Tools on Linux Virtual Machines

After finishing my last How to Video on Installing and the Basic Configuration of CentOS I realized that if the user was indeed installing CentOS on...

Installing and the Basic Configuration of CentOS

Within the last year in working my current job my employer has started to make a shift on our project being more focused on...

Installing and the Basic Configuration of VMware Player

I want to start off this article by saying it is good to be back here at Connected Digital World, I have missed writing...

How to Protect Your Smartphone or Tablet from Hackers

Consider yourself warned: cyber criminals have waged a war against the world’s most popular smartphones and tablets. We have a guest post from Jessica Oaks telling you how to protect yours.

Tomb Raider walkthrough video Part One

Tomb Raider was finally released yesterday, and we can now bring you part one of our Tomb Raider walkthrough video series.

How To Guide: Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center for Windows 8

Quite a few people are now using Windows 8, but did you know about the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center?

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