Using Google Maps or to your advantage

Over the course of many years, I have been a great fan of using Google Maps. Whether it is to research a restaurant that I plan to try out or to find out about locations and places overseas. Much of the content is generally contributed by the public and in this cancel culture, I hope … Read more

Google Wifi – Mesh Wifi

I have always been intrigued by how some companies started selling mesh enabled WiFi devices. Whilst it has been mostly limited to the United States, Google in their recent event has announced the Google Wifi. Companies like Eero and even Singtel (our friendly neighbours down south) provided hardware to enable mesh wireless connectivity for the … Read more

Chromecast Woes

In our office, we have a slew of first generation Chromecast devices. About 16 in total and after more than a year, we have been unable to get it to work steadily. Devices appear and disappear in the network even though when I run a diagnostic check, everything works quite well. Issues The same issues … Read more

Wednesday Clicks

Here are this week’s Wednesday Clicks with some interesting links to some various sites. Its the first Wednesday Clicks for 2009 so here is to a great year ahead with more interesting news and titbits from around. For you pixel peepers, check out some stunning photos taken with the new Nikon D3x here from our neighbours up … Read more