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How To Save Money By Protecting iPhone Home Button

The Big Mac index was invented by “The Economist” in 1986 as a creative way of measuring purchasing power parity (PPP) between two currencies. Using McDonald’s Big Mac hamburger as the index, it provides a fun way of telling if a currency is undervalued or otherwise. For example, the average price of a Big Mac […]

... written on May 13 2015

Meet Fi Network, A New Service Plan That Refund Unused Data

Google is a web search engine. Google has an email service. Google also provides a web browser. In fact, Google has hundreds other products and services that you may have not even heard of. And in case you didn’t know, the Android operating system used to power your non-iPhone was developed by Google. Need us […]

... written on Apr 23 2015

WTF – PayPal Wants You To Inject / Eat Your Username & Password

Frustrated with lazy people still using “123456”, “abc123″ or simply “password” as their authentication for internet access, PayPal has dropped a bombshell. If you don’t behave and improve your password, they would have little choice but to inject you with your username and force you to eat your password (*grin*), literally speaking. Like it or […]

... written on Apr 21 2015

Look Who’s Complaining – CopyCat Xiaomi Bitching About Fakes

Previously, Xiaomi Corp., the Chinese smartphone vendor that eventually overtook Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. in the world’s largest market, was found secretly stealing users’ data. Thereafter, its Vice President Hugo Barra apologized for the unauthorized data collection, and the company had upgraded its operating system to ensure users knew it was collecting data […]

... written on Apr 14 2015

Look At These 28 Cool Perks, And How Much Google Pays For Them

Graduates are basically fighting tooth and nail to get into giant tech companies, such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Adobe or Google. Understandably, cool perks on top of six-figure annual salary means these companies would get nothing but the best brains money can buy. In fact, offering their employees the coolest perks is a mandatory […]

... written on Apr 08 2015

Are You Ready To Power Your Home With (Tesla) Battery?

He co-founded PayPal and sold it to eBay for a cool US$180 million profit. He could have retired rich and young (he was 32 then) but he needs to save the world. Elon Musk, the boss and architect of SpaceX, Telsa Motors and SolarCity is often compared to Tony Stark, the genius engineer played by […]

... written on Mar 31 2015

Project CODE2040 Gets New Funding – From Google

What do Facebook, Google, Microsoft, LinkedIn, Yahoo and Twitter have in common? They’re all technology companies, of course. In fact, they’re the most successful companies in the Silicon Valley. But what do Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Sergey Brin, Larry Page, Jerry Yang have in common? Well, they’re either white or Asian? Like it or not, […]

... written on Mar 18 2015

Forget About US$10,000 Apple Watch. Here’s China Version For Just US$40

Couldn’t afford the newly launched US$10,000 18-karat solid gold version Apple Watch? How about the cheapest version Apple Watch Sport which starts at US$349? Well, don’t get too hard on yourself and start banging your head against the wall, if you still can’t afford even the cheapest Apple Watch. You can actually get a cheaper […]

... written on Mar 11 2015

Launched!! – US$10,000 Apple Watch, But Why Do You Need It?

When Steve Jobs launched the first iPhone in 2007, everyone was crazy and wanted a piece of it. Understandable, it was an iPod, phone and internet glued together into one. Later, when Steve Jobs introduced the first iPad in 2010, everyone was equally crazy and wanted a piece of it. Understandable, it was a device […]

... written on Mar 10 2015

Office 2016 For Mac Is Here, Finally … And It’s Free, For Now

Ever since Microsoft’s first Office release to Apple Mac users back in October 2010, everyone have been whining, bitching and wondering if there’ll be a new version. After all, Microsoft has brought the Office to iPad last year, not to mention OneNote for both Mac and iOS. A few weeks ago, iOS users were pampered […]

... written on Mar 06 2015









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