Category: Technology


Messages for OS X is pretty cool indeed!

In the recent Mountain Lion preview announcement, we are starting to see quite a bit of convergence of iOS apps being introduced into Mac OS X. There’s a whole lot of iCloud enhanced apps like Calendar, Reminder, Notes, etc. If you are familiar with the iPad, there’s nothing really new here, except that it’s going to be available soon! But there’s also a gem that was released on the same announcement, and that’s the Messages app which is available now as a beta app.

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Keep your MacBook alive with an SSD upgrade

If you really want a fast and responsive machine, instead of buying a new system, consider upgrading with an SSD storage. You will be surprise how responsive your MacBook can be just by using an SSD!


FIX: Oracle 10g on Solaris x64 installation – Error in invoking target ‘agent nmb nmo’…

Trying to install Oracle Server 10g release 2 ( on Solaris x86 64-bit and getting the “Error in invoking target ‘agent nmo nmb’ of makefile ‘home/oracle/OraHome_1/sysman/lib/’. See ‘/home/oracle/oraInventory/logs/installAction2011-11-17_07-04-25AM.log’ for details.” error? Fret not. Here’s the fix for it.

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How to access your files anywhere with SugarSync

Ever felt that even having a tablet, you still could never leave your notebook behind because you always have ‘that’ file that you might need. Well, here’s how SugarSync, a cloud storage solution, can help you leave that notebook behind for good.

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VMWare Fusion 4 vs Parallels Desktop 7: A User’s POV

If you are uncertain whether to go for Parallels Desktop 7 or VMWare Fusion 4, perhaps this article could help you. Here’s my A usability-based comparison of VMWare Fusion 4 vs Parallels Desktop 7. No useless benchmarks, no pointless feature-by-feature comparisons. Just purely based on my use of the two.

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3+1 Reasons why Parallels 7 wins VS VMWare Fusion!

Just got that nice MacBook Air with the roaring Lion, then figured out that you need to run some Windows apps still? Fret not, here’s how you can do just that and between the usual choice of Parallels vs VMWare, why I’d recommend you to put your money on Parallels instead.