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Devin McElheran

Devin McElheran
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I'm passionate about almost all things technology, a nerd, through and through.

Ender 3: Open Source 3D Printer Reviewed By A 3D Printing...

3D printing has been all the rage lately with both professionals and prosumers accomplishing incredible things from printing patient organs for surgery practice to...

TicWatch C2 Review: The Best Value For Your Dollar

Mobvoi has been delivering some very solid products over the last couple of years. This time we take a look at the TicWatch C2, a device that...

Rock Pi 4 B Review: A Swiss Army Knife Of Single...

The Rock Pi 4 B, while having no official affiliation with the Raspberry Pi, is a single board computer whose intention it is to provide...

Heritage Project: A Blockchain-based Open Source Platform To Empower Charities

Most of the news about blockchain is regarding making money or saving money, either in the form of cryptocurrency or logistical efficiencies. But the...

System76 Thelio: An Open Source Desktop For The Community

System76 invited Fossbytes to their Thelio press event. Devin visited their facility in Denver, Colorado to see what they have been up to. Spoiler...

Mobvoi TicPods Freed Review: A Worthy Alternative To AirPods?

Mobvoi has pleasantly surprised us with budget devices in the past. Here, we see how the not-so-budget TicPods Freed stack up. These pricey headphones are cheaper...

How To Mount ISOs And Other Image File Types In Linux?

Have you ever needed to check the contents of an image file? Maybe you forgot which version of that Linux distribution that was. There...

Strings Command In Linux: A Simple But Very Useful Tool

We all have to search through text files for strings from time to time. But what about when you need to search through a...

TicWatch Pro: Reviewing the 30-Day Battery Smartwatch

Mobvoi has a handful of smartwatches in their portfolio, including the original TicWatch, the TicWatch II, as well as the S and E models,...

How To Use “dmesg” Command For Troubleshooting And Reading Kernel Ring...

Sometimes you need to to see kernel level events when you're troubleshooting something. Maybe your system isn't booting up properly and is dropping your...