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Here Comes Wireless Charging, From IKEA Smart Furniture

You’ve been using “wave and pay” credit and debit cards. Depending on where you reside, you may have also experienced the wireless charging at your nearest Starbucks. The nightmare of messy cables for charging is slowly but surely going away. Soon, wireless charging could be a standard (and boring) feature at everyone’s home. IKEA is […]

... written on Mar 03 2015

Revealed!! – Billionaire Warren Buffett’s Youthful Secret

Karpal Singh dies aged 74, while Nik Aziz dies at 84. Lee Kuan Yew is now 91-years-old but he’s very ill, and if one cares to look at a photo dated April 2014 between him and Sultan of Brunei, one cannot help but to express concern about a very thin Singapore’s first prime minister. It […]

... written on Feb 26 2015

Obama, Go Fly Kite!! We’re Not Coming For Your Speech & Lunch

President Barack Obama is scheduled to give a keynote speech and have a private lunch with a select group of top executives on Friday (tomorrow). It’s a cybersecurity summit where top executives from the technology industry are supposed to rub shoulders with each other and with the president, of course. But the current sour relations […]

... written on Feb 12 2015

Here’s Why Whistleblower Snowden Refuses To Use iPhone

Former U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) contractor who leaked thousands of pages of previously classified NSA intelligence documents has dropped another bombshell, sort of. It was actually his lawyer, Anatoly Kucherena, who made the revelation in an interview with the Russian media agency RIA Novosti. Nevertheless, Anatoly has just exposed why Snowden never use Apple […]

... written on Jan 26 2015

Here Comes Wireless Charging To Starbucks UK, And Soon Europe & Asia

Last year, a study done by smartphone case maker mophie in UK has revealed something amazing, although not surprising. Nearly half of Britons can only remember three telephone numbers because they are so reliant on storing information on their mobile phone. The research also showed that 92% of British people would feel stressed if their […]

... written on Jan 21 2015

New Xiaomi Mi Note – It’s Samsung Note Killer, Not iPhone Killer

Last month, Lei Jun revealed his company’s latest entry-level phone – Redmi 2 – but not before he boast about Xiaomi’s triple-digit growth. This month, or rather yesterday, the Steve Jobs wannabe announced yet another smartphone – Mi Note. Perhaps for the first time, Xiaomi smartphone doesn’t copy Apple phone, not entirely. Xiaomi has decided […]

... written on Jan 16 2015

After Triple-Digit Growth, Could Xiaomi Pull More Rabbits From Its Hat?

China’s Xiaomi Technology had a spectacular year in 2014, judging by its achievements last year. After the Chinese smartphone maker raised US$1.1 billion last month, the company wasted no time this month by boasting some fantastic numbers. Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun has just revealed the company had sold 61.12 million phone last year, bringing home […]

... written on Jan 05 2015

Samsung Owners Are The Happiest In 2014 – Here’s The Proof

As we’re stepping into New Year 2015 tomorrow, holiday shoppers are still pampering themselves with new smartphones. As you could probably guess, Apple iPhone, was the most popular gift choice over Christmas week. Based on new device activations, Flurry Analytics concluded that Apple dominated the top-5 manufacturers, devouring a mind-boggling 51.3%, follows by Samsung (17.7%), […]

... written on Dec 31 2014

Another Copycat Product – Xiaomi Macbook Air?

Pablo Picasso once said “good artists copy, great artists steal”. The Spanish artist’s famous quote was re-used by Steve Jobs in 1996, when the Apple Inc. supremo was frustrated with his company’s intellectual property being stolen repetitively. In fact, Apple has sued a lot of companies for allegedly copying or stealing its IP over the […]

... written on Dec 30 2014

The Perfect Storm For A Regime Change In Russia, And Malaysia?

One day after the Russian central bank dramatically raised its key interest rate to 17% from 10.5%, Apple today halted online sales of its products in the country due to “extreme” Ruble fluctuations. The latest stunt by Putin administration didn’t work. In fact, the whopping 650-points increase in interest rate only worsen the situation. The Ruble simply […]

... written on Dec 17 2014

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