1. Home
  2. Author Blogs

Author: Linux Magazines

Linux Magazines

What Console War? Microsoft Announces Xbox Streaming Stick and Smart TV App – Review Geek

What Console War? Microsoft Announces Xbox Streaming Stick and Smart TV App – Review Geek

A quick mockup of the Xbox streaming stick. Andrew Heinzman With E3 just a few days away, Microsoft announced that it is currently working on an Xbox Game Pass streaming stick and a Game Pass…

Read More
Microsoft’s 11-Minute Video of the Windows Startup Sound is Weirdly Soothing – Review Geek

Microsoft’s 11-Minute Video of the Windows Startup Sound is Weirdly Soothing – Review Geek

Microsoft Microsoft just released an interesting YouTube video featuring a collection of startup sounds from multiple versions of Windows, and it kind of feels like a tease of the yet-unannounced Windows 11. The audio is…

Read More
How to Use Nearby Share on a Chromebook

How to Use Nearby Share on a Chromebook

“Nearby Share” is Android’s answer to Apple’s AirDrop. It’s a universal method for sharing between devices, with no Wi-Fi required. Nearby Share works with Chromebooks, too. We’ll show you how to set it up and…

Read More
Facebook’s Planned Smartwatch Is a Zucking Nightmare – Review Geek

Facebook’s Planned Smartwatch Is a Zucking Nightmare – Review Geek

Frederic Legrand – COMEO/Shutterstock, Justin Duino As Apple and Google develop anti-tracking features to protect customer privacy, Facebook is searching for a new way to keep tabs on its users. Custom hardware like Portal and…

Read More
Fable: The Walking Steam Engine

Fable: The Walking Steam Engine

The  engines were used at the Crich Railway and Newbottle Colliery. However, two years into their working life, in 1815, one exploded killing 13 people and injuring 43 others. Further development of the engine ceased…

Read More
All Android TV Devices] Apple TV Arrives on NVIDIA Shield Streaming Devices – Review Geek

All Android TV Devices] Apple TV Arrives on NVIDIA Shield Streaming Devices – Review Geek

Apple, NVIDIA Update, 6/1/21 12:19 am Eastern: Google says that the Apple TV app is now available for all Android TV devices running version 8.0 Oreo or higher. If you own an Android TV streaming…

Read More
The TikTok and WeChat Ban Is Over Before It Ever Really Began – Review Geek

The TikTok and WeChat Ban Is Over Before It Ever Really Began – Review Geek

Ascannio/Shutterstock The TikTok ban is over. But that’s not quite the end of the story. The Biden administration issued an executive order rescinding the TikTok ban, which never took effect. But the order does contain…

Read More
Throw Out Your Webcam, the Zoom Phone is Here to Take Your Video Calls – Review Geek

Throw Out Your Webcam, the Zoom Phone is Here to Take Your Video Calls – Review Geek

Zoom The past year made it crystal clear how important webcams are for all kinds of communication, especially work. Now, communications giant Zoom has gone a step beyond video calls with the launch of its…

Read More
Grab Your Bricks—LEGO CON is Coming – Review Geek

Grab Your Bricks—LEGO CON is Coming – Review Geek

LEGO There are conventions for just about everything these days, and now there’ll even be one for LEGO. That’s right—everyone’s favorite brick-building company just announced the first ever totally virtual LEGO CON, scheduled for June…

Read More
Google Ends Support for Its AR Measurement-Taking App – Review Geek

Google Ends Support for Its AR Measurement-Taking App – Review Geek

Google First launched to the public in 2018, Google’s ARCore-based Measure app is no longer available on the Play Store. Google will no longer support the app, which provided hands-free measurements of furniture, walls, and…

Read More