[Tools, Tips & Tutorials] Google Play Store for Redmi Note 2/Prime for noobies

This is my journey getting a Redmi Note 2, currently meant for the China with a Chinese version ROM pre-installed with Mi App Store instead of Google Play Store in place. Feels rather handicap without the convenience of Google Play and getting most of the Google apps. My Redmi Note 2 was pre-loaded with Stable ROM… Continue reading [Tools, Tips & Tutorials] Google Play Store for Redmi Note 2/Prime for noobies

Sony Xperia M4 Aqua Dual : A love-hate experience

Sony Xperia M4 Aqua is an attractive mid-range 5-inch HD display Android smartphone with the main striking features like being Waterproof certified with IP65/IP68 rating. A shooter with primary 13 megapixel camera and 5MP selfie front camera. It is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 Octa-core 64-bit clock at 1.46Ghz. And it has a 2-day battery life and support Dual-sim… Continue reading Sony Xperia M4 Aqua Dual : A love-hate experience

Apple recently announces New ResearchKit medical research for Autism, Epilepsy & Melanoma

Recently, Apple have announced that ResearchKit have extended medical research on autism, epilepsy and melanoma. ResearchKit being an open source framework have allow researchers and developers to create powerful apps for medical research by gathering data frequently and accurately from participant with the use of iPhone apps. New studies are undertaken by researchers from Duke… Continue reading Apple recently announces New ResearchKit medical research for Autism, Epilepsy & Melanoma

Pictorial culinary journal – Siem Reap…

What is there to eat and where to eat in Siem Reap? So my partner and myself, came out with 10 odd restaurants each for lunch and dinner. We turned to Pantip, personal food blogs and TripAdvisor reviews to at least get a scrumptious yet a sumptuous eating experience throughout our stay in Siem Reap. Well, we… Continue reading Pictorial culinary journal – Siem Reap…

Pictorial tour of Angkor Wat…

When one says Siem Reap, most will imagine the Angkor Wat. Yup, with all those beautiful and intriguing temples laided out by the Khmer Empire as Hindu Temples in the 800 century and later converted into Buddhist Temple towards the turn of the 13th century.

Now under the care of UNESCO to safeguard the Angkor Archaeological Park which was declared as the 7th wonder of the world. Conservation and Restoration works are on-going as we were touring the park, so bare with it.

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Pork Sisig on my food checklist…

It had been almost a decade that I found a gem, actually in Manila, while drinking our San Miguel in one of those live performing pubs on Mabini St. in Ermita district. Sisig just goes well with beer drinking, and to be frank, one can go on and on drinking skyrocketing the bill for the… Continue reading Pork Sisig on my food checklist…