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Forget About “Animoji” or “AR Emoji”; “Gboard Minis” Will Win Your Heart

When talking about the modern communication era, “Emoji” takes a very important stand on the stage from all fronts. Not only smartphone makers put prime efforts on that but other 3rd party app makers or even celebrities (e.g., Kardashian Emoji) are releasing their brands of emoji icon sets from all over the world. Since “Emoji” […]

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Galaxy S10 – Bright Future or Inauspicious Upcoming Disaster?

It’s about the time to get into the same but still somewhat exhilarating topic once again when we march into the 2nd half of the February every year – The next Galaxy S series smartphone launch event. The Galaxy S10, again, is the most talked about smartphone in the past month since it’s expected to […]

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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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Smartphone Upgrade Cycle – Do We Need to Upgrade Every Year?

It’s true that we love our smartphones. We love our iPhones/Android phones to a degree that we can’t even put it down while we are cooking, talking, showing, watching tv, and sleeping. We don’t know about you but, it happened to us too many times, we dropped our phones on our faces when we fell […]

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Cable Companies, Stop Trying to Sell Consumers Things We Don’t Want/Need

For a long time, cable companies have been sitting in a super comfort cushion chair exploiting outrageous profits from selling services from TV, to Internet, and phone. However, the world has changed but, due to the oligopoly in the cable industry, they are still living in their boxes grabbing huge cash from their customers. To […]

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Tesla’s Recent Autopilot Woes – Will It Slow Self-Driving Tech Vehicle Down?

We are talking about the law makers which will be a ultimate judge to decide whether we will be seeing our streets quickly piling up with self-driving cars or not. Yes, it is scary whenever we heard about a car crashed engaging with autopilot mode especially when a vehicle costs this much, it really racked […]

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What is Hybrid Mobile Framework? And Should You Dive In?

As developers ourselves, we have been debating about this for … as long as the term, “Hybrid Mobile Development”, first appeared. “Framework”, in general, is a term of getting things up and running less painful, a bit faster, and easier to maintain; also, it provides powerful tools for devs to utilize. However, it’s a bit […]

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Why Spam/Scam Calls Became So Dominant? How to Do About It?

Ever experienced a sudden call from … well… “Scam Likely” caller when you were in a middle of an important meeting? Even if your phone did not show “scam likely”, you probably just let it through your voice mail and when you had time to check your voice mail you found out most of those […]

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Youtube Changed Education Industry? Nope, Youtube Changed Everything

In the first glance (maybe 5 ~ 10 years back), it seemed like Youtube was another website armed with resources ready to change “music” and “video streaming” industries. Then, little by little… bit by bit, more and more educational institution started uploading contents onto Youtube platform for publicly open and free access. In fact, those […]

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