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Father. Technologist. Photographer. Blogger.
Shares his thoughts on the everything technology that amuses him on a anytime he can while regularly abuses his Mac, iPhone and iPad. Devices with APS-C CMOS sensors seems to be a favourite passtime and his job involves dealing with a mystical oracle.
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Posts by Ken Ng
iOS 7 is now out in the wild and a whole lot of iOS users have already downloaded and updated our iDevices with it.
You might even have noticed a new dedicated FaceTime app on iOS 7! Excited, you check out the app and try and call someone. Then… “Failed Connection”. Then you try and re-activate FaceTime on, it just gets stuck at “Waiting for activation”. Darn.
Seems like a corrupted settings somewhere during the upgrade phase. But I More >
Almost like clockwork, Parallels released yet another new version of their popular product, Parallels Desktop for Mac, a year after version 8 was released. If you don’t already know what Parallels Desktop does, it’s basically software that allows you to run guest OSes, like Windows 8 or Ubuntu Linux over a virtualization layer. In plain speak, you can run Windows apps on your Mac, as if its built for the OS X.
In this article, I explore More >
Impressed. Very impressed.
That’s my first thought when I finally managed to get Parallels Access to work. Not at the fault of the product, but my inability to download the desktop agent for Parallels Access.
But wow indeed once I’m able to run it.
It’s a shame that its a subscription based pricing model, but if you do need to have remote access to your machine a lot which includes a good support of accessing your virtual machines running More >
Every year, Parallels continues to impress me with its ability to add new features to the already feature rich Parallels Desktop for Mac product. Since the time I started my journey with using a Mac and therefore using (at the time) Parallels Desktop 5 for Mac for my Windows virtualisation needs, it was impressive even at the time. And every year without fail, Parallels Desktop just continue to keep getting better, not just from the More >
No, this isn’t the Nifty MiniDrive. Instead, its simply called MiniDrive (theminidrive.com). Yes. These two can be confusing as both addresses the exact same issue and both has very similar names. While I’m not going into discussing which came out with the idea first, I would however have to make comparisons between the two.