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The Headphone Party

This collection reminded me of when I was still in college. All my roommates had their own headphones put on when we were reviewing for the upcoming tests.... See more

Take Home The Google Home

Our technology has come a long way in a very short span of time since the microchip has been invented. Who would have thought twenty years ago that we would... See more

Is The "Plus" Worth The Price?

I may be pessimistic with the smartphones of today because we are used to having so many plus versions of smartphones. Why don't they just offer one version... See more

Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling E-Waste

It is indeed a problem right now with the yearly release of new phones. I like the idea of upgrading the cellphone so we don't need to buy a new phone every... See more

Samsung Galaxy S10E Exhaustive Review

The size is good enough although the price is still a bit high. It is not very different from the bigger S10 because the features are the same. I can wait a... See more

The War of The Foldable Begins

Huawei is not slowing down despite its problems with the US and Canadian governments. The price tag for its foldable phone is somewhat ridiculous and the... See more

And The Controversy Continues

I don't know if this issue is just a controversy or a fact. If it is a controversy then maybe the US is trying to bring down the giant because it has surpassed... See more

Smart Glasses, Do We Really Need it?

There are so many smart gadgets being developed these days. I don't think we need smart glasses. Unless we are living in the time of the Bird Box movie, then... See more

Foldables and Rollables are on the Rise

This innovation is a unique idea for television. Bigger TV's are taking up so much space in our homes. The rollable TV will save up that space. I'm sure the... See more

The Wider, The Better.

Do you think that the wider the monitor screen that is better than shorter screens? I haven't tried using such a monitor, but I did experience using a curved... See more

The Puzzle Solitaire

I love playing car solitaire and solving puzzles. This is why I wanted to share this puzzle with all of you. It is not as complicated as Rubik's cube and we... See more

Beats Me

The price is still somewhat steep for a headphone. No surprise here as Apple has put a very high price tag on its products. I hope Apple will change their... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
WiFi sharing and gesture control are the ones that I like best. I recently bought a Samsung A50, I don't know if Android 10 will be compatible with my phone. I'm still satisfied with my current OS, although, I would like to try the new OS.
9 months ago 4 Points
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Phoenix
My parents have the Google Home smart speaker and I'm not a fan.  In order to get it to work, you must say the proper phrase and it's very precise.  The AI technology is worlds apart. Google Assistant isn't as intuitive as Amazon Alexa. 
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
Sorry to hear that. I only heard good things about Google Home. I'm glad that you mentioned the other opinion about this product so we can have a bigger perspective on this.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I think the laptops that we have nowadays are compact PC's. We even have PC's where the parts are installed behind the monitor. I guess someday our computer will fit onto our wrist like a PC watch.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I don't have an Apple laptop, but my father has a MacBook Air. I will let him know about this keyboard as he might be needing bigger keys to press due to his vision problem.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I'm sorry for misunderstanding the post. I think it is useful for my dad because he already has carpal tunnel syndrome. The slanted position of the keyboard will ease up the pressure on his wrist.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
Well, I guess it is a common market strategy these days to offer upgraded versions for a higher price tag. I just hope that the upgraded versions are worth the price increase.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
The design is quite absurd because other brands have made a way to hide the front camera completely. I guess there are still a lot of iPhone loyalists that they will buy this for the sake of having it.
Altair commented on 3D Printing
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I will deviate a bit from the 3D printers and go with the Fast Letter Opener, although I agree with you guys about the popularity and the effectiveness of the 3D printer. The title of the collection said that these gadgets may be useful. I don't... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
Both of you got a good point. I was thinking about letters as personal letters and not about the monthly bills or the business letters for office workers.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I've seen the title that it will make me rich. It reminded me of the many pop-up ads saying that I will follow their steps in order for me to get rich. For me personally, we become rich when we are contented with what we have, like families and... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
We can't really prepare ourselves for disasters or emergencies. However, we should have an emergency cabinet with all these gadgets ready to use in times that we need them.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
What I like with a few of these gadgets is that it stimulates the skin to heal itself instead of covering the part with a blemish through makeup. Hence, it will actually make the person look younger with smoother and clearer skin without the use... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
We should expect this as there is really nothing new on the table, but upgrades. These big companies, or should I say the investors of those companies, are after the profits already and not about innovation.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
It would be great if the screen can be detached so the presenter in the meeting can move around. There is no list of specifics or even the price for this device so I won't give its due praise yet.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair - Edited
It is better that Microsoft would stick with the series rather than create a new one. People will still buy the upgraded version because making a new series with similar features may deter consumers to buy.
one year ago 16 Points
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Harper - Edited
I'm with you on waiting for the prices to come down, Altair.  Plus, new phones often have bugs that need to be worked out.  Early adopters are pretty much beta testers.  It seems like a nice phone with a lot to offer. 
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I agree that newly released phones have bugs either software or hardware. Waiting a little longer will not only lower the price but also would make the smartphone more stable.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
The problem with consumers today, including the writer of the article, is that we believe so much about the rumors. We forgot that they remain rumors until the real thing has been delivered. Still, there is not much improvement for Airpod 2 so... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
Thanks for posting this article because I also don't know exactly the difference between the two "LED" screens. I have an idea that the terms were different, but I didn't know how different the screens are to each other.
one year ago 18 Points
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Cptjaneway
I don't like the design of the Huawai model. Something about it just looks a bit off. The Samsung design is much sleeker and will appeal to a larger number of people in my opinion. 
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I have to agree with you on this because people's preference depends on their past experiences. Samsung's credibility has been tested through time and the company has not come short in delivering quality products, even after the explosive... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I think of the reasons why Blackberry failed to continue its winning streak is because it did not adjust to the changing times and technology. If they jumped into the wagon of the full-screen design, then I guess they are still in the race.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
The executives might be bound to their design that they are not willing to adapt to the changing times. Sony and Nokia have adjusted their designs and so people who like this brand still buy them.
one year ago 9 Points
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Elijah
I couldn't handle that either.  I'd end up in a wreck because I'd watch the device rather than the road.  The device looks like a simple video game to me.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I guess you are right about it. In my opinion, any device won't help if the driver doesn't focus on driving itself. The main safety in driving is the driver's attention on the road.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
Gamers will pay for the performance and quality they get from the computer rig in order to enjoy the game they are playing. This laptop is a sure win knowing that Asus engineered it in a way for the rig not to heat up with all the power it has.
one year ago 5 Points
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Aiislife
I support anything that can be fixed and upgraded in the future.  Plus, that  screen is just gorgeous.  It's a shame it will be outside of the average consumers price range. 
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I think the average consumers can afford this TV because according to the review, we can buy panels instead of buying the whole 219" display. I wonder if we can create a TV display with different shapes as we can arrange the panels according to... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
We should get into the mindset of websites. VPN is great for users, but not always for website owners. Online business is a numbers game and when we use VPN, then there is a possibility that our visit might be counted as a visit to that website.... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
Sometimes, I'm glad that the storage of my phone is too small so that I don't have to download many apps. There were times though when I wanted to have a bigger space, like now, because of knowing some good apps to use.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I am expecting this problem to happen, not specifically, but online disputes between owners and workers. Nobody is checking the online way of business so owners can create their own policies.
one year ago 18 Points
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Cptjaneway
I've never heard of Inbox but it doesn't sound like something I would be interested in using. Some of the new Gmail features are irritating, such as the suggestions it gives you to complete your sentences as you're typing them. It's distracting... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I like what you said in the end, email is supposed to help us send messages, not be entertained with the messages or app features. However, there is no harm in making the email more user-friendly. As for Google's decision, I think this has... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I think it is pricey for a living room vacuum cleaner. This vacuum cleaner is good for home/office cleaning services as it will make the cleaning process faster. I'm contented with my vacuum cleaner so I will pass on this one.
one year ago 17 Points
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Outflow
I wonder when we will ever use these glasses. We know that gaming is the most important industry related to the AR/VR environment, but the popular game consoles already have their own glasses. The next possible usage is in education, but I... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
Now that you mentioned about education, I think these glasses will be of good use in schools and universities. Students learn faster with illustrations instead of just words and numbers. The glasses can help students see what the words or... See more
one year ago 14 Points
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Paradox84
I'm stunned. This is going to be incredible once it gets going. The article says it's still a prototype and not available yet. I wonder how long we'll have to wait before it gets released. Hopefully it doesn't cost $50,000 for one TV.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
The price of any gadget that has new innovation or technology will be very high at first. Once other companies begin to produce their own version, then the price will gradually go down.
12 months ago 6 Points
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Eyeforaneye - Edited
They owe $32 billion in loans? Count me as another person that had no clue large corporations operated in this manner. I'm not thrilled about having to pay more for Netflix yet again. Before we know it, it's going to be the same price as... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
Companies have always done this type of strategy until the liabilities are too heavy to carry and they file for bankruptcy. The loans will fund new researches or new improvements on products, for Netflix's case, it is new movies or shows.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I'm not a tech leader, but I would like to share my biggest fear in the coming years. As cosmetic surgery progresses, I fear that the movie "Face-Off" will become a reality. Criminals who are on the run from the law will use their money or... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
Whenever we put our personal data that will be recorded digitally, then we have no control over what they will do with it even with rigorous law enforcing. Money speaks as they say and it has more voice than all the consumers combined unless of... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I don't think that VLC has the monopoly for video players. It may have a big chunk of users who use this kind of video player but that doesn't mean that it has the monopoly.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
DivX is a popular one in Windows system. We normally don't use that as a player, but there's codex that we use of the DivX system in order to play a video format even when we are using other video players.
one year ago 31 Points
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Clyde33 - Edited
This seems to be the direction that future technology will follow and it will be nice to see this become a reality. Won't the cost of phones with 3D holographic images be so high?
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I would think so too that the price would be outrageous. It is like buying a Lamborghini or a Ferrari of smartphones. I suppose that the size of this phone would be ridiculous as well as it needs to fit in a hardware that will process... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I'm not actually surprised by the news. The majority of people these days use their phones or tablets to watch short clips or videos. Even children use portable media devices than watching shows on TV.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
This is a one-year event. There will be lots of pictures taken in that time span. The real prize here is the lesson or a picture-perfect shot that we can boast to our friends.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I don't have a good DLSR to capture the best shot possible. My phone is from the first generation of smartphones so the picture quality is low and the speed of the camera is slow.
one year ago 4 Points
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Emorysmith
It must be a way for them to save money.  Why reinvent the wheel when the competitor has done it for them.  It's a shame really.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
This strategy has been done since man started selling things. Speaking of the wheel, the whole quotation stated that we don't reinvented the wheel, we just have to realign it.
one year ago 8 Points
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Carter
I'm always afraid to use public charging stations due to malware concerns, so it's nice to know which power banks work best especially when there are so many to consider.  Thanks!
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
Charging stations cannot transfer malware, as far as I know, because they only transfer electrical power to our gadget and not data. It can be possible to get malware if there is a hidden device in the charging stations, but I doubt it.
one year ago 25 Points
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Dante5
Around this time, my mind if often preoccupied with what to gift others. What you say about tablets is very true, but my worry is that almost everyone now owns one or two of these. My best picks are the Apple iPad and Microsoft Surface Go.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
Your concern is well grounded as it is a fact that most of us already own a tablet or a smartphone. We could ask the people who wanted to give a tablet gift if they really need an upgrade or not before buying the tablet.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
The title is quite misleading because this is not a scandal, but could be a bug. Besides, this is not really an issue if the computer is used privately. If this issue will slow down the performance of my computer, then I will also complain.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I agree with you that it is good ethics to ask an apology for any mishaps done by any company. However, I think this is just a privacy scare that our society has grown into. I definitely think that the Facebook issues about privacy have brought... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
There should be a separate road for self-driving cars because human-driven cars could pose a potential threat to these autonomous cars. Better yet, let us make these self-driven cars to have the capability to fly so they won't be stuck in a... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
It depends on the system update. If the update is an overhaul of the system, then it might resolve the problems. However, the problem with updates is that they are usually patches instead of system update so the programs may or may not solve the... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
Our privacy is getting lesser as the years go by with our technology improving and advancing at a fast pace. We can't really live in a private world when we use these electronic gadgets that connect to the internet.
one year ago 36 Points
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Hazard
Well, there are consumers on both sides of the divide who (for instance) would regard the iPhone XR as being cheap or expensive. I am just wondering what would prompt Apple to stop reporting unit sales for some of its devices? 
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I would say money is the reason. I'm not even sure if what they are doing is alright because the company can pay less tax if they don't have a proper report. I won't go any further because I don't know much about corporate taxes.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
The download speed will be outrageous that we may see cars that will be driven by apps that use GPS data in real time. With this speed, professors no longer have to be physically present during lectures as they can be seen and heard with 5G... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I have to concur with the temporary hiccup. The economy is getting stronger so people have money to spend on new devices that Apple launched this year. Apple will recover later, if not sooner.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I'm glad that the events were finished and ended all rumors. I had mixed reactions regarding the events. There are indeed some improvements like Pencil 2 and the Mac Mini. Most of them though are just upgrades of the previous devices.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
Do you have any idea on how much this baby is? The article only showed the prices of S9. If the price of S10 is around 700-800 USD, then I will withdraw my savings to buy it.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
After watching the highlights of this event, I am actually impressed with the upgrades that Apple did with its devices. The hardware upgrades are impressive because they have increased the power of these devices using micro components.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
If that is that case, then we don't have to worry about it then. I'm wondering about the health concerns of some people regarding 5G. Do you think they are just scared about the high frequency that 5G will emit?
one year ago 9 Points
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Jjk21
The layout of the smaller laptops looks strange, and the small screen makes it tough to read or watch anything easily. Instead of a new 12-inch series, I am interested in a cheaper variation of MacBook Air. I know it's already cheap enough... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
Haha. Indeed, the cheapest Air is still expensive for some of us. I would rather have an 12-inch iPad rather than a laptop. You are right about harder to read with a smaller screen so I think that smaller laptop will be hard to sell.
one year ago 36 Points
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Hazard
The event is just 4 or so days away and the hype and excitement generated so far, is on another level. Initially, there was a rumour that the Face ID would only work with the portrait orientation but now it seems that this won't be the case. We... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I agree with getting used to whatever design that Apple did. It looks neat having no home button although the home button is a quick way to clear the screen.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
Speaking of losing in the market, I wonder what they do with all the unsold products. I'm not too excited with the iPad Mini, but interested in the AirPower Charger if they made improvements on this charger.
one year ago 9 Points
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Jjk21
I love the new shortcuts because I think it will make responding to messages easier. That way we may not need to open the app at all, so we don't need to see the ads that come with the status updates. As long as the ads are not intrusive, I will... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
It should not be a necessary evil because these ads can sometimes help us when we need something. I have used one of these ads when it showed me a sale of something I really needed.
one year ago 5 Points
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Lionel
I don't think it destroyed handheld gaming. It might be that the DS was created during the transition period of handheld gaming devices being into mobile gaming as smartphones become more powerful to process games.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I agree with you. The development of DS is at the wrong time because games in DS or similar games can be played in evolving cellphones.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I would say that the developer or designer of that button should include a timer because I cannot press the button while I'm sleeping. Besides, if the crash happened already, what help can the button do?
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I think we have too many gadgets that follow us. We are losing our privacy little by little and we don't see that because we think social media is a way to connect to other people. The governments of the world don't need to bug our houses... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
What Palm (or TLC) did was a bad marketing strategy. They lowered their fan base by making such a move. An Apple watch is a good add-on, but a smartphone? The company will make more money if they sell the phone separately.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
This product may not be used for home use, but this is a great gadget to have for gaming sites. If you have a household that loves playing games, then this will enhance the gaming experience.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
The color will determine your target market. Many ladies may be attractive with the pink color, but I doubt if boys will be proud of their pink cell phone.
one year ago 17 Points
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Outflow
I can't say I'm happy to read the numbers, but I don't think there's a way to stop it. It's easy for Apple; if consumers can buy the thousand-dollar iPhone X, adding a bit more to the new releases won't make a big difference. Even if those are... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
Speaking of cheaper, there is a rumor that iPhone 9 will also be released with a lower price and a lower feature as well. With what I read, the camera of iPhone 9 is like a bump at the back of the phone, and there is no option for a front... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
This upgrade or facelift is not a surprise to me anymore. This has been the trend for almost all smartphone developers. I think the developers have lost their interest in innovation, and only want us to buy the upgraded version of their... See more
Altair commented on Name of the Same
2 years ago 47 Points
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Kwanyang
Lol, iPad used to be a joke also when Apple used it initially. 
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
You are correct. Sometimes, the crazy name is the one that gets stuck with everyone. Anyway, as long as the quality of the new iPhone is great, then the name won't matter much.
one year ago 17 Points
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Outflow
Apple may decide to go with completely new names or even returning to the numbers (if we consider X as the only special phone), so it's going to be a fun game until the event starts. If we think of this as the year of S, the lack of new features... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
The price hasn't come down because consumers still buy it. Apple products have this effect on people that will make them feel above the rest who don't own Apple products. So yeah, the excess of the price is a good point.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I'm not too much excited with the different sizes, the gold color, not even the OLED screen. I just miss the "real" innovations of Steve Jobs. iPhone XS will just be an upgrade of the previous phones.
one year ago 17 Points
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Outflow
Altair, do you think I can get one which can be used for gaming and watching movies for less than $300? Getting two for each platform feels like a waste to me. You also need the comfortable buds and good surround sound for both movies and games.... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
Everyone has their own preference. My preference though, is that I use the speaker for watching movies instead of using a headphone. I only use a headphone when I'm playing a game. As for the budget, I guess $300 is too much because you can get... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
Nokia's time has come and gone. This is just the way how business works. Myspace, Yahoo, AOL, and other big names that are now on the sidelines or even gone for good because their time was up. Same goes for Nokia. The company will survive but... See more
one year ago 19 Points
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Funflame
According to that article, the demand isn't high enough for Microsoft to jump in the field immediately. It's pretty saturated enough for such a small market which seems dominated by PSVR. I think it's not a bad move. They can keep the Xbox users... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I beg to differ. The market is still small but I'm sure it is building up momentum. It is like when the first iPhone was released. This is the best time for Microsoft to jump in because they can get a good foundation while the market is still... See more
one year ago 17 Points
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Outflow
It looks sleek and comfortable! Most games I'm playing on the PC are single player, so my iPhone's earphone is good enough when I need to limit the noise. I am interested in upgrading, but not sure if this is the one to get. Do you have other... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
Every time someone asks me that question, I will ask them back with another question. How much is your budget for this type of gadget? If you are a casual gamer, then you can buy a regular headphone from your nearest electronics shop.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
If the music is a karaoke then the screen might be useful. However, if the screen is too small then I guess it defeats the purpose. Maybe, our gadgets today are all becoming touch screen.
one year ago 21 Points
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Sphera
Altair, have you ever heard of Comply memory foam ear tips? I've seen several testimonials about it being comfortable and enhancing the sound within safety limits. They are quite expensive for such small items, but it may be a worthy investment... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
This is my first time to hear about it because I wasn't actually looking for one. I will look into the reviews. If I'm satisfied, then I might save up for this one.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I beg to differ because this is not a budget mouse for gamers. I'm a gamer and use a gaming mouse for performance. I agree with the comfort because of the rubber side grips, but it doesn't do justice with the price.
one year ago 21 Points
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Sphera - Edited
That is the nature of in-ear headphones. I'd say it's a good reminder to let the ears rest after a few hours of constant exposure. Have you ever tried the earbuds? They may be more comfortable than the usual earphones. If comfort really concerns... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
Indeed, an over-ear headphone is what I prefer to use. The quality of in-ear headphones is great but the only problem is the holding mechanism. I used earbuds before but it still hurt the lobes after using it for a long time.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
The standard RAM is 4GB for the Surface Go. I guess I can upgrade it if I wanted to. However, I will buy this hardware only for my paperwork. I will still use Samsung for viewing or gaming purposes.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
We can really get good money for capturing images with a DSLR camera. However, a good photographer can also get a good shot using a mirrorless camera with the right lenses and the skill to get a great shot.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I don't need it. If I wanted a separate screen, then I will use my tablet. As the review says, having a laptop means that we are fine with the attached keyboards because we are using the laptop for applications that needed a keyboard to finish... See more
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
I think most headphones have the right quality that we wanted. The problem with some headphones I used is durability because the covering of the foams tends to become brittle as it becomes older.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
Note 9 is very helpful for business people who are always on the go. My father still uses Note 8 and he might be upgrading soon to Note 9. Having this smartphone is like bringing your office with you anywhere you go.
one year ago 3 Points
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Thegreengrid
I guess a person would have to do some math here to see if it's worth it for them. The cost of the controller or the cost of an X-Box. Their particular gaming habits would come into play as well.
one year ago 16 Points
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Altair
You got a point. Buying an Xbox could be more expensive than buying the controller. If the person buying the controller is a casual gamer, then it can save him or her more than buying a full game console.

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