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Motorola Nexus 6 review: Setting the tone

Nexus 6 by Motorola marks a shift in market positioning for Google’s smartphone lineup. Whereas the duo of LG-made devices that precede it cut back on certain features to stay attractively priced, the Nexus...


Samsung Galaxy Note Edge review: The other side

Experiments are great but it takes manufacturing prowess to follow them all the way to the retail shelves. Samsung have it – no surprise there – and they pulled it off, bringing the Galaxy...


Limit Youtube Bandwidth on Mikrotik

Video stream usually consume high bandwidth, at least 384kbps, you can imagine if 15 peoples stream YouTube video at the same time while we only have 5MB bandwidth. The speed of video streams limited...


How To Get YouTube Thumbnail Images

There are a few different ways that you can get thumbnails from a YouTube video, one of which is to use YouTube’s Video API to extract the thumbnail. YouTube API responses may contain multiple...

Inserting Thing to Your RSS Feed 0

Inserting Thing to Your RSS Feed

You can use the following snippet to insert a link back to your site, some advertising, social media options etc. Basically anything you like, add the following to your theme’s functions.php file

How to combine multiple PDFs into one document 0

How to combine multiple PDFs into one document

Joining multiple PDFs into one document is easy if you have Acrobat–but if you’d rather save the money, there’s a free program for Windows that does the trick. Maybe you’re constructing a portfolio, or...

Basic Guide to Google Apps DNS Settings 0

Basic Guide to Google Apps DNS Settings

This guide is a list of common terms you may encounter when managing the DNS settings of your domain. Click a term below to jump to the description of the term and its practical use with...

tmp session read-only 0

tmp session read-only

It’s a /usr/tmpDSK (see OP’s OP) which can become corrupt fairly easily. Best bet is to stop any processes that have files open on /tmp which you can check with: lsof /tmp Then umount...