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Innovation Challenge Top Entries

When we started the UsenetServer Innovation Challenge, we pressed our users to get those creative juices flowing when we asked them to build a Do-It-Yourself project using a Raspberry Pi 2 micro computer as the starting point and key component of the project. We had no restrictions and left the field wide open for entries […]

Samsung Galaxy S6 vs. S6 Edge vs. S6 Active
Samsung Galaxy S6 vs. S6 Edge vs. S6 Active

Samsung Galaxy S6 vs. S6 Edge vs. S6 Active – Geeky Gadgets

In typical geek fashion, Samsung has once again pumped us up with a great dose of variety in their flagship Galaxy S6 line with the Samsung Galaxy S6, the S6 Edge and the Galaxy S6 Active. As we take an in-depth look at these devices, we’ll soon see that the S6 Active sports many new, […]

UsenetServer User Survey
UsenetServer User Survey

Give us your feedback and you could win free Usenet!

UsenetServer is proud to bring customers unlimited Usenet access for some of the lowest rates in the industry. Now we want to know more; we are seeking feedback from our users on the overall quality of our service. How reliable are your connections? How helpful is our support staff? What other offerings do you think […]

Raspberry Pi
Raspberry Pi

How-to Build a Low-Budget Usenet Downloading Machine: Setting up Storage

Since we’ve started this How-to Build a Low-Budget Downloading Machine series, we have shown you how to gather the parts necessary to build your Pi, set up the Raspbian OS, and set up remote access to your Pi using SSH over your network. All of this has been great so far; now you have a […]

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What can you do with a raspberry pi 2?
What can you do with a raspberry pi 2?

Innovation Challenge: What can you do with a Raspberry Pi 2?

Truth be told, we have a community of some of the Internet’s most adept minds. Subscribers of UsenetServer tend to be much more technologically-inclined compared to the average computer-user. We know it because we see it every day: on social media, on reddit and most commonly – through our exchanges in technical support. You, our […]

Geeky Gadget Review
Geeky Gadget Review

Product Review: A Day with the Amazon Echo

As busy as we all are these days, having an inanimate voice-controlled personal assistant that is as responsive, as intuitive and as powerful as the computer on board the starship Enterprise would be a welcome addition to our daily lives. So far, all the voice activated assistants are mediocre at best, leaving many of us […]

Raspberry Pi
Raspberry Pi

How-to Build a Low-Budget Downloading Machine: Configuring Remote Access

In our last post, we wrote a step-by-step walkthrough of how to successfully setup your Raspbian Operating System for the first-time boot of your Raspberry Pi 2. Now we are going to show you how to configure remote access to your Pi. The reason for this configuration is simple: you want to avoid the extra hardware […]

Raspberry Pi
Raspberry Pi

How-to Build a Low-Budget Downloading Machine: Setting Up the Raspbian OS

In the previous installment of How-to Build a Low Budget Downloading Machine, we covered how-to build a Raspberry Pi 2 with all the accessories needed to get it working. Now that you have all the hardware, the stage is set. What you need to do next is load your Pi with an operating system that will […]

Raspberry Pi
Raspberry Pi

How-to Build a Low-Budget Downloading Machine: Building the Pi

It can be really annoying having to run your home PC overnight to complete a batch of NZB downloads. Using the Raspberry Pi 2 (retail value: $35.00), you can build a low-budget, low-power Usenet downloading machine that runs Raspbian and SABnzbd. In this multi-part series, you will learn how-to to successfully create a fully functioning […]