Samsung Galaxy Note9

Editorial – We Used Only The Samsung Galaxy Note9 For Traveling

After Computex 2018, I published an article with a similar title. In summary for that article, we covered Computex 2018 by using two smartphones - one performer and another heavy-lifter. But then the Samsung Galaxy Note9 came and we reviewed it, and soon our trip to Taipei followed. Hence, we revisit this topic once again.
Smartphones For Traveling Samsung Galaxy S9 ASUS ZenFone Max Pro (M1)

Editorial – We Used These Smartphones For Traveling

Computex 2018 is over - but I think it's time we share something more than just the coverage of booths of brands that are present there. We should take a look at the phones we used too. Why? Because smartphones for traveling require battery longevity, camera quality, and speedy performance.
Smartphone Chargers Experiment header

Experiment – Difference Between Smartphone Chargers & How They Affect You

Smartphone chargers are one of our most prized possession when it comes to tech these days. Some of us bring them out together on a daily basis, whereas some of us bring a power bank. One thing is for sure - these chargers differ from one another. For all smartphone reviews that we do, we highlight what type of charger the phone actually comes with, is it 5V 1A, 5V2A, or something else? Smartphone chargers do affect your user experience.
Reapply Thermal Paste & Undervolt CPU For Gaming Laptops

Experiment – Reapply Thermal Paste & Undervolt CPU For Laptops – Does It Matter?

Here comes a story of me getting a gaming laptop but the fan is not particularly silent enough for me to enjoy anything on my own. Hence I decided to conduct an experiment. Since it is considered a brand new laptop but the fan is ramping up and down like a roller coaster ride, does reapplying the thermal paste solve anything?
Facebook malicious software scanner

There’s A Facebook Malicious Software Scanner; Locks & Forces You To Download & Use...

It's a funny situation. Facebook claims that the computer that I'm using has malicious software, and hence blocked me from logging in entirely. I was forced to use the Facebook malicious software scanner before I can even log in to my account. Seriously, why do you do this, Facebook?
ASUS ROG Gladius scroll wheel

How I fixed the scroll wheel on my ASUS ROG Gladius

Ever since I reviewed the first ever ASUS ROG Gladius from more than 2 years ago, I fell in love with that mouse. I loved the shape, the functionality, and the grip of that mouse. It's a really great mouse and has been with me since the day I first laid my hands on it. Over the years, the scroll wheel started having issues.
OTG use

Top 5 OTG Cable Uses That You Should Know

OTG cables are fantastic little accessories to have at all times. They're not widely available, and not widely known too, for that matter. This little OTG cable converts your whatever device with USB-A headers to USB-C or micro-USB. they're available in quite a lot of different shapes, lengths, and designs, actually.
Spotify Heist

The Spotify Heist – How Thieves Are Profiting Off Stolen Music

Spotify has its own fair share of issues since its launch. These problems range from simple frustrating UI to unusable functionality, and all the way up to the nature Spotify's ecosystem. Yes - piracy within Spotify is as severe as it sounds, and I'm not clickbaiting.
Huawei P10

What Huawei P10 Offers Differently

Back in the days during my review of the Huawei P10, I was rocking an Honor 8 as my daily driver. I was content with that little smartphone - top-of-the-line hardware with a 5.1-inch 1080p screen. There's just something about getting such hardware in a small little form factor that intrigues me.

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