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Why I Chose Surface Pro 4

April 1, 2016 6:54 am Leave your thoughts

If you have been reading one of my posts in this website, you will probably notice that I have gone through a number of android tablets and to some extend I am very familiar with the iPad as well as it is using the same iOS as the iPhone. In... View Article


Easy Secure Home IP Camera Access with Your Own VPN

February 10, 2015 11:50 pm Leave your thoughts

IP Cameras are getting much more affordable these days and they are definitely one of the most handy equipment to monitor your house. The applications are endless, from general home security, baby monitoring, pet monitoring and many more. A lot of those cameras basically has in-build web server and API... View Article


Secure Your Private Stuff Online

September 5, 2014 7:03 am Leave your thoughts

In the past couple days, the internet and media has been swamped with news about leaked celebrity nude photos, especially Jennifer Lawrence and few other actresses. This proves there are a couple problems in our society these days: invasion of privacy is getting more frequent, ignorance to our own personal... View Article


How to Clean Your Mechanical Keyboard

March 23, 2014 8:29 pm Leave your thoughts

Quite a while back ago, I talked about the benefits of having good keyboards for your daily software development work as well as playing games obviously. Now, it’s all good when you first use the keyboard and all, however things gets a bit “interesting” as the keyboard becomes dirty. Not... View Article


Stop iOS7 from Using Up Your Data Quota

October 3, 2013 10:30 pm 2 Comments

Quite recently I updated my iPhone 4 to the latest iOS after seeing the advertised enhancements. I do believe that there are improvements to the UI and of course there are downsides too. However I didn’t expect it to increase my data usage in such a large magnitude. Usually 1GB... View Article


Raspberry Pi: Make Sure You Backup Your SDCard

April 16, 2013 7:23 am 3 Comments

So, this is a short post to remind everyone using Raspberry Pi. Friends, if you have a great setup on your SD card, don’t forget to back it up. While writing for my upcoming article on the weekend, my Raspberry Pi SD Card encountered some pretty bad errors, most likely... View Article


Raspberry Pi: Luakit Downloadable Shortcut Card

April 6, 2013 10:10 pm Leave your thoughts

Today we are going slightly lower-tech. As I have mentioned in my previous article, one of the fastest browser you can get is Luakit. This browser is so much lighter than Raspbian’s default browser Midori. In addition, this browser renders so much nicer than the other pre-installed “lighter” browsers such... View Article