Category: Software

Instagram Stories: Snapchat Features

Instagram has got a new update feature: Stories. It¬†works just like¬†Snapchat. Right. With this enhancement, Instagram has brought Snapchat features to the massive community of users who never used Snapchat on its own. Users like me. For sure, the launch of Instagram Stories will increase … continue

Music.Photo.Tech.Digest: 25 Jan 2015

Writing this digest is keeping me disciplined. Every digest is actually completed within a morning. This is different from my other blogs where I could take several days to complete. This tests my spontaneity in producing articles, a refreshing challenge to cut down on procrastination, … continue

Music.Photo.Tech.Digest: 18 Jan 2015

In this digest, I’ll be covering activity trackers, Bluetooth speakers, blogger engagement, and a few contests. Activity Tracker I completed the review of the Xiaomi Mi Band (head to the link if you have not read it). At the same time, I got hold of … continue

Christmas Dinner Theme Deco With Disposables

Our office department organised a Christmas dinner within the office premise and the committee went all out to make it an awesomely classy dinner setting. To capture the set up process, we placed a video-capture device at the corner. Timelapse with Framlapse Technology has pampered … continue

2-Layer Authentication Increasingly Implemented Online

Recently, I found that 2-factor authentication is increasingly in use by popular online sites. Sites like Twitter, Yahoo and Dropbox have already implemented simple 2-layer authentication via SMS. I applaud the move as it adds further layers to prevent hacking. Just a few years ago, … continue

3 Reasons Why Telegram is Awesome

Here’s a 19-billion dollar question: what is it about Telegram that makes consumers want to switch from Whatsapp? Like many early adopters, I installed Telegram just to see if it’s worth the switch. Initially, I was somewhat disappointed to see that Telegram GUI is a … continue

ASUS Router Review: RT-AC56U

Recently, I noticed that my D-Link router is not performing optimally. Coverage seems poorer at my apartment and the connection speed is not as speedy. When ASUS launched the new router, RT-AC56U, I decided to request for a review unit to try it out. Specs: … continue

Reviving Samsung Galaxy Note with Custom ROM

It’s a great feeling to breathe new life to old outdated devices. After I bought the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for my wife, she passed me the first-generation Note for my disposal. The Note 1 running on the official Samsung ROM is kindda laggy and … continue

IFTTT: If This Then That

If you have noticed that this blog started publishing Instagram images, then I am here to tell you that it is the result of an webapp automating service. IFTTT (If Thus Then That) lets you create “recipes” of connections among your web applications. What it … continue

Music.Photo.Life: Recommended by APPvisor

APPvisor, an Android app by StarHub, recently added my blog as one of the channels to recommend Android apps. Termed “Tried and Tested”, I will be recommending regularly (scheduled by StarHub) on apps that I have personally tried and tested. Download at Google Play Store

The New Office 2013 and Office 365: New Features Worth Looking

The New Microsoft Office is now available. The traditional one-time license-based version is branded “Office 2013” while the new subscription-based version is called “Office 365”. Like most people, I am rather skeptical about upgrading my current Office Suite. I mean, what’s there to improve on … continue

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