We all agree on privacy. We often come across a time when we are sitting at an airport, or a coffee shop, bored, denying to do anything, or possibly recalled some work that can be finished there itself. There is no denying the fact that a free WiFi doesn't hurt, but security does. And since … Continue reading Forget paid VPN. If you’re a basic home user, OPERA browser can help!
Whether for aesthetic or practical reasons, most people don't like running wires around their entire home to, say, get online or hook up a home theater. These tips and tricks can help you go wireless in nearly any room in the house.The truth is that you'll be hard pressed to cut the wires entirely, so this … Continue reading How to Go Completely Wireless in Your Home
Overall: 5-starsI was struggling to find a VPN that could provide my (very) tiny requirement of VPN during travel, cafe, etc. Since I am not using tunnels as I used to do in those old (and golden) college days, I find it unnecessary to pay for occasional use of a VPN.On exploring the internet, I … Continue reading A free VPN for Mac
While the Mac is rarely targeted for security exploits and viruses, it's no stranger to software piracy—likely because Mac apps are pretty easy to crack. Here's how it can be done and how to prevent it.Read here:https://lifehacker.com/5736101/how-to-crack-just-about-any-mac-app-and-how-to-prevent-it
The UK is one of the best-funded tech ecosystems outside of Silicon Valley thanks, in part, to its diversity.There are more women than ever founding their own tech startups in the UK, defying barriers like the huge gender gap in computer science, the fact that most European firms have all-male founding teams, and that most … Continue reading The 29 coolest female startup founders in the UK
Every day, I left for my work, come back, cook and sleep. One day, I was sitting and working at my workstation when suddenly a news on my phone popped-up that Mumbai’s Dabbawala becomes the case study at Harvard review (link here). I had known them from almost three or four years but never considered reading … Continue reading The Dabbawala