Monthly Archives: April 2019

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Kotlin: Function References

Kotlin is a very feature rich language with and the subtleties of some of these features are worthy of some exploration to fully appreciate. In this ad-hoc series we’ll look at some of these, and in this article we’ll look at function references and some of the really nice tricks […]

Tamilrockers leak the movie ‘Avengers: Endgame’ online

‘Avengers: Endgame’ full movie leaked online by Tamilrockers Tamilrockers, the infamous Indian piracy website, has done it yet again!!! The torrent website has leaked a bad camera print of the most highly-anticipated movie of the year ‘Avengers: Endgame’ online just two days before the movie’s release. The entire film is available […]

3 Famous Apps Built by Javascript

Javascript Applications Created by Brendan Eich, JavaScript is a global website platform designed using a high-level programming language that makes it more convenient for non-developers, hence its consideration as a user-friendly language. JavaScript provides attractive user experiences as it enables interactive aspects in web pages.  JS was designed in a […]

RIP: Microsoft kills Windows 10 Sets feature

Microsoft’s Sets feature appears to be dead for now Microsoft has decided to discontinue its “Sets” feature that was originally expected to debut in the forthcoming Windows 10 May 2019 Update. Over the weekend, Rich Turner, a Senior Product Manager at Microsoft responsible for the Windows Console, broke the news […]

10 Essential Tips to Secure Your Wi-Fi Enabled Home Security Camera

Today, many people are asking themselves whether Wi-Fi enabled security cameras are safe to use. Obviously, they are designed to keep you and your family safe by minimizing the risk of intruders. But, at the same time, there are also a few security concerns that come with them as well. […]

Android Q Scoped Storage: Best Practices and Updates

Posted by Jeff Sharkey, Software Engineer, and Seb Grubb, Product Manager Application Sandboxing is a core part of Android’s design, isolating apps from each other. In Android Q, taking the same fundamental principle from Application Sandboxing, we introduced Scoped Storage. Since the Beta 1 release, you’ve given us a lot […]