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This Will Change Everything Again – Edge to Edge Touchscreen Macbook

We all know that Apple must have its touchscreen Mac under development although Apple has been in decline mode publicly. There are evidences showing that we might be able to see the touchscreen technology which has been long lived in Windows computers on the next generation macbook. According to a patent filed with the European […]

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Software Is Eating the World & How To Join It

Marc Andreessen, entrepreneur/investor/co-founder of Netscape, published an article, “Why Software Is Eating the World” in August 2011. Ever since that, it has been rooted deeply into the minds of all innovations. Marc Andreessen, the biggest name in the angel investor world or in the technology investing world in general, published the article in The Wall Street […]

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iOS – (Future) Accidental Success Via Simplicity?

It’s hard to comprehend what we are talking about here today only by reading the headline. The thing we would like to have a bit dissection here is – “All of a sudden, it’s hard to find Android phone users”. It seems ridiculous to say that the most used mobile operating system is hard to […]

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No Cheaper MBA (Macbook Air), No Problem… Cuz… Cheaper & Better iPad Has Arrived

It’s amazing to see how the tech world winded up in the past decade… especially in the past couple of years. The dominant force from laptops quickly switched to the all-in-one tablets and then to the tablets ONLY (we will just call tablet iPad since … well… where are other tablets anyway). Today’s Apple special […]

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March 14 2018 – It’s International PI Day & Microsoft Gives You PI Price ($314) Sale

March 14 2018 which is today and it’s also the international PI day. What’s exciting about today? If you are a windows user or a fan of it (who just like Microsoft products a lot), you are in luck of getting a great deal out from their product array today. Microsoft is hosting a PI […]

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S9/S9+ Clone is Already Out

That’s right. Samsung hasn’t even unveiled their “Next Big Thing” (flagship phone) which assumably will be named Galaxy S9 and S9+, the Clones (from China) are all over the world already. Just watch the following two of the most popular tech-youtubers opened and examined the Galaxy S9/S9+ clones and get a feel of it.   […]

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How To Watch Super Bowl This Sunday Without Cable Subscriptions

It’s coming… the “Super Bowl LII” is coming in 2 days. This Sunday, February 4th, we will be able to enjoy the most exciting so called “American Sport” (Football) Super Bowl LII at 6pm Eastern Time. Prior the smartphone era, it’s hard for football fans to embrace the Super Bowl that easily. Now, thanks to the […]

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Man vs. Computer

Man is a slow, sloppy and brilliant thinker; the machine is fast, accurate and stupid. – William M. Kelly Very funny & “accurate”. Precisely pointed out what’s the difference between the computer and its inventor – “us”. We are all deluded by the machine’s pretentious smartness which in recent years is being called “AI – […]

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All Computing Devices Are In Danger – 2 New Found Major Computer Flaws

Often by the time when we heard there are new found computer security flaws, they were usually being patched (fixed) before the news was released. Therefore, consumers weren’t needing to do too much except… installing the patches to fix the flaws. So … no harm would be caused by the new found computer flaws. However, […]

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