It's no surprise that some of us need a budget phone. Now, this budget phone doesn't need to be super high-end. Some of us just need a phone that we bring to travels and whatnot, because of the extra SIM card slots and for WiFi hotspots and whatever else. Here comes the Neffos X1 Lite at RM499 - a ridiculously low-priced smartphone.
It's the year 2017. Nothing is complete without RGB LEDs these days, and your PC case is no exception - no matter how old your PC case already is. This is where RGB LED strips like the SilverStone LS02 comes in. Get a unit of the SilverStone LS02, wire them up and stick them in your case. Instantly, your gaming rig will look much flashier.
Here's something different from Transcend. This Transcend StoreJet 25MC not just another external hard disk from Transcend as this time, it focuses on its connectivity. It comes with a rare cable called the USB 3.1 Gen 1 Micro-B to USB-C. Essentially, it's just micro USB to USB-C connector cable but supports USB 3.0, which is now known as USB 3.1 Gen 1 for some reason.
We've seen and heard NVMe SSDs thermal throttling. It's something that we all worry about, and want to avoid when we're getting our own NVMe SSD. I mean, these speedy storage devices aren't cheap - and thermal throttling can diminish its speed. Well, here we'll tell you how to prevent NVMe SSD thermal throttling.
Facebook has a tendency to test things by randomly assigning us in undisclosed groups. We've first had large texts for status updates, then slowly moved towards multicolored and textured status updates not long after that. What's interesting is the influx of little new things being tested on Facebook that most of us didn't even have the chance to see it in action. Here, I'm going to show you the new upcoming feature - Facebook Background Posts.
Let's start off by saying this - in times of modern society, we're always connected via our smart devices. Be it our desktop, laptop, smartphone, tablets, or whatever. Times are tough, and we all need to adapt to this connected world. I mean, seriously - we tend to ignore those who are in front of us, but stare at our phones and chat with those who are not in front of us - maybe never even met before! Samsung's brand new short film, "Masa", means "time" in Malay, is a video made in conjunction with this festive season.