As the Xposed Framework gains in popularity, Darren Yates looks at new modules that make custom ROMs almost unnecessary.
This month, Darren Yates shows you how to get an Arduino Uno board to record digital audio to a flash card from scratch.
It makes sense to take the time to encrypt any data travelling across free Wi-Fi networks, so here’s how to secure your browsing on Android.
Retro’s not just for fashion, it’s for games too. Nathan Taylor shows you how to create your own retro gaming PC for cheap and turn it into your favourite old console using emulation.
Customising your phone no longer requires a custom ROM — you just need a framework. Darren Yates explains.
Darren Yates continues his Arduino masterclass with this low-cost LCD touchscreen shield.
Darren Yates shows you how to get around a Google Play app’s supported devices list by faking a different Android device.
Yes, you can create a highly customised, low-resource desktop environment without a single line of source code!
Darren Yates concludes his series on how to customise your own Android ROMs using the Android Kitchen app.
Neil Bothwick takes a look at OwnCloud 6 and shows you how to work collaboratively in the cloud with OwnCloudDocuments.