Sonos has always been considered one of the best sounding speaker companies in the world. Since I live in an apartment, I am limited to using the little Play 1’s. So my review is all about them. Someone might wonder why I haven’t invested in the new Sonos One speakers, that come with Alexa integrated in them. As you will figure out later in my … Continue reading The Sonos Play 1 – the best choice out there !
This is a general post about streaming/subscription services and it includes both their advantages and disadvantages. I’m personally subscribed to a handful of them, either for music or movies or any other service. Each month my card gets charged for the following: -Netflix -Hulu – Amazon Prime -Apple Music family -Spotify -CBS all Access -Sling TV So, the big question is do you really need all of … Continue reading Subscription Services – The Ones I Personally Use
I think I should start with what VPN is and why a personal version could be extremely useful for you.
VPN stands for Virtual Private Network. And what it does is that it tunnels your connection to the internet through a secure network that cannot be easily tracked. It also allows you to hide the physical location of the IP address. VPN Can also help you avoid weird advertisements following you around or price mechanisms (like airlines) from increasing the price based on your search history. Continue reading “Using VPN and Setting up a router!”
You probably know that I own more than a dozen of the Philips Hue bulbs and blooms etc. All this started 3 years ago when on a Black Friday I decided to purchase a Hue Starter Kit. Back then, the only available Hue lights where the color changing ones. Of course the first couple of months, these new gadgets were all about showing off. Everyone would … Continue reading Philips Hue… The gadgets that become an obsession!
This blog has gone a long way since we first started. I am happy to announce that we are waiting for a few articles from different people that will help broaden the scope of topics and the approach on technology. At the same time, I’m working on some fun topics too. However, I would love to give you the chance to offer suggestions on what you … Continue reading Topics you want to read about – Help me choose…
So what is the Anova Wi-Fi Cooker, and why is it worth a whole article on my blog? So the Anova is a sous vide cooker that has Wi-Fi capabilities. By now you’re probably thinking what is “Sous Vide”? According to sousvidesupreme.com, “Sous vide (pronounced soo-veed) means “under vacuum” in French. It is a gourmet culinary technique long used by chefs worldwide, but now accessible to … Continue reading The Anova Wi-Fi Cooker – What Got My attention and why do I love it!
The AirPods are definitely Apples best product of 2017. The W1 chip just makes the device amazing. They are smart enough to connect instantly between my iPad and iPhone. When in airports and on the plane, it’s amazing to be able to take one out to listen to someone or to interact with a flight attendant and the music stops instantly. My biggest complaint probably … Continue reading Traveling with Apple’s AirPods…
I consider myself a millennial, and we are commonly referred to as “Cord – Cutters”. And the truth is I am. Between my school schedule and work, I rarely have time to actually watch my show on the exact time it’s on. Netflix was one of the first services I enrolled on when I first came to the states. And it is still one of … Continue reading Direct TV Now – One of the greatest TV Experiences
Previously I wrote how Inky (the first email app, after the Native Apple mail app I used) had impressed me as an email client. But at some point, subscription payments started showing up and that was not something I was willing to pay for. So about a year ago I came across Airmail. A truly revolutionary mail app. The app is fresh and very simple. … Continue reading From Apple Mail to Inky to Airmail – My main email client
For long now, since Mac OS X Leopard that was released in October 2007 Apple has been including a tool on the MacOS operating system called “boot camp”. Boot camp allows a user to install a copy of windows on his mac, and run the Operating system whenever needed. This tool is extremely useful for students but also engineers or any people using software only … Continue reading Boot camp – Mac’s Hidden tool