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- Turn An Old Computer Into A Networked Backup Or Streaming Machine
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One of the nice things about the Raspberry Pi is the that it doesn’t require a lot of power to run. This means you can leave it on all day long without it putting a dent in your electricity bill. To take advantage of that, How-To Geek has a guide for using your Raspberry Pi as an always-on Usenet machine.
iOS/Mac: AirDrop is one of Mac OS X’s best features, and Instashare replicates its dead-simple wireless file sharing powers on iOS.
One of the key motivations behind Kim Dotcom’s launch of Mega earlier this month was to avoid the legal issues that plagued its predecessor, Megaupload. But will the encrypt-first-ask-questions-later approach work? University of Canberra law student Karl Schaffarczyk examines the issues.
Android/iOS/Chrome/Firefox/Safari: The latest version of Dolphin Browser, our top pick for Android, can broadcast shared web pages over Wi-Fi so that any other Dolphin user on the same network can view it. Now it also offers desktop browser extensions so you can quickly send directions, tabs, maps and other content to your phone or tablet.