Ad’s written a post bothering on this before but after TheGreyGenesis shared the video below yesterday, I decided to revisit it again. Well not really. Just felt like sharing the video to a wider audience. Loads of people actually mix both up a lot, and they actually do overlap in some cases, both both words [...]
No I’m not trying to jack you for your stuff. (Speaking of which, you should be careful around this period with your belongings, crime rates usually go up at this time of the year. It’s holiday season and millions would be travelling around to different places for the break, via road or air and even [...]
The other day this came up on the set of The Spot (Seen it yet?). Is technology making us anti-social? The typical example that is used almost every time I have heard this is this: you go out and sit at a table with your friends and everyone pulls out their phones and starts tweeting [...]
My mechanic’s roughly around 30 years old, a primary school drop out and can’t speak fluent English (He understands well enough and can read as well). I found him by pure chance. I’d somehow discovered that the brake lights on my car at the time won’t go off, after parking at a client’s office, on [...]
Sitting on a plane and feeling “G” as the plane takes off, getting a calendar appointment notification at the due time regardless of which device I’m using and what device I added the appointment to…literally telling my phone to “wake me up at 5:30am”…dragging my files to my dropbox folder before running out of the [...]
Interaction with technology is constantly changing and the next interface is you. Google came up with Project Glass which gives us a bird’s eye view of the future and how humans will become one with technology. The Google glasses are outfitted with voice navigation and a camera so as to truly augment the wearer’s [...]
It’s just a couple of days to the end of 2012. And during the year, a lot of things went down in the world of technology, and a couple of them struck me as awesome, so here’s a rundown of all the cool things I can remember that I used or came across in the [...]
As the mobile landscape gets more competitive, new innovations are bound to crop up as each OEM tries first to differentiate itself, then also add features to its products that will compel you to pick their products over a competitor’s. The thing is most people fail to see that some of these added features are [...]
I’m not a writer, I’m a landscape architect and it is like a pre-requisite to be a techie studying any design course, architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, urban design etc. always on the laptop 22 out of 24 hours, the remaining 2 hours is spent on your iPod, iPad, and android. Trust the real techies [...]
A friend of mine who works at a telco had his car stolen by some relatively tech-savvy criminals about two weeks ago. I followed the story and was somewhat involved in recovering the said car. So when I got the good news that the car was recovered and one of the thieves apprehended yesterday, I [...]
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