Creating Your Own VPN Server with OpenBSD

Creating Your Own VPN Server with OpenBSD

By on January 12, 2015

A virtual private network (VPN) allows us to disguise ourselves online, a VPN enables us to appear as if we’re from a different country, when in fact we’re not. The industries that you see using VPNs the most include: torrenting, streaming, and internet hackers (groups like Anonymous, etc,.), and there is an increasing, growing demand Read More...


The 5 Best Tools for Developing Android & iPhone Apps

By on December 22, 2014

The Android and iOS devices are both leading the mobile operating system market, and it seems that this time it’s happening more closely than ever. The mobile ecosystem is changing, with Apple announcing that it wants to control the money exchange part of mobile market, and has official announced Apple Pay – single touch payments. Read More...

Productivity Apps for iOS Developers

By on December 17, 2014

Apple has launched the new iOS 8 version, and it has turned out to be a massive hit. Many online magazines are saying that the new operating system is more about behind the scenes interaction, than lets say – being focused solely on the way it looks visually. You’ll find many developers, journalists and even Read More...


How to Get the Original Apple Keyboard for iOS 8

By on December 11, 2014

I think we have seen some really cool stuff for the new iOS 8 already, but one of the biggest changes in the phones history was the release of QuickType – Apple’s way of showing you how advanced prediction technology can be. I couldn’t help but to think of Google when reading the overview of Read More...


7 Creative iOS Photo Apps for iPhone & iPad

By on December 10, 2014

I love to take photos with my mobile phone, it’s such a fun way to pass time, not to mention – record memories, experiences, and stories to tell. The high-end mobile device market is definitely booming, and so are the apps and tools that get build for these devices. Today, I’m going to take a Read More...


Secure Programming Practices for iOS 8 Developers

By on December 9, 2014

I don’t think I have ever seen a product launch as poor as Apple’s iPhone 6, and the iPhone 6 Plus. Not only are there serious complaints about the durability of the devices, people are not happy with late iOS 8 updates – Apple pushed a new update for the system, but quickly withdrew it Read More...


Top 5 Tools for Mining Bitcoins on Your Mac

5 Tools for Mining Bitcoins on Your Mac

By on November 30, 2014

Learning to  mine   Bitcoin  is easier than it might be initially portrayed, I’d put a bigger concern on the fact that you might be thinking of  Bitcoin  as a very easy way to generate some money. In a sense, it is true, but I’ve to put it out there –  Mac  computers aren’t really built Read More...