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DIY Projects That Will Teach You A Ton About Tech

DIY isn’t always the easiest way to do something, but it’s usually the most informative and educational one. This week, let’s check out some great DIY tech projects that’ll teach you a ton…

Build Your Own Computer

There’s nothing like building your own PC to teach you not just about how computers work, but also how to troubleshoot your own computer problems and be self-sufficient if you have issues. You’ll learn all…

ost Your Own RSS Feed Reader

Feedly is great, don’t get us wrong, but many of us still lament the death of the simple, elegant, just-right-feature-wise Google Reader. For those folks, there’s no getting around it: You just have to do…

Build A Fully-Functional Arcade Table or Cabinet

If you’re interested in learning not just a lot about tech, but about carpentry and DIY woodworking, an arcade cabinet is your best bet. We have a couple of starter guides on how to…

Roll Your Own VPN

We talk a lot about how valuable a good VPN is, and how you can find a trustworthy one that actually meets all of your needs—but sometimes the best option is the DIY option. In this case,…

Roll Your Own Home Theater PC

Building your own home theater PC is one of the ultimate tech projects you can tackle. You combine an understanding of software, storage, online and streaming media, downloadable music and movies, and the…

Build Your Own Streaming Dash Cam

Dash cameras aren’t the near-necessities here in North America as they may be in other countries, but they’re fun to watch and can capture some amazing moments. Best of all, they’re not difficult…

Roll Your Own Image Hosting Service

Services like Google Photos and even Facebook are certainly the most popular places to host your images, but like everything else, they put your precious memories beyond your true control, and put you…

Build Your Own Private, Syncing Cloud Storage Service

Dropbox is simple and easy, and everyone has an account, but whether you prefer to have complete control over your own data at all times, or you just want to understand how cloud…

Add Wi-Fi to Your DSLR Camera

If you have a DSLR, or even a mirrorless camera, you probably love using it but have to remember to transfer the photos or video from your SD card to your computer manually…

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