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    Software update to give iPhone throttling choice

    USA TODAY, Published on 18/01/2018

    » Don't like your iPhone slowing down to protect your battery life? You soon will be able to turn the feature off.

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    Find your Zen

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 10/01/2018

    » Powerful, ultra-thin laptops are beginning to make a mark, offering impressive performance for efficient and portable machines. Asus' ZenBook Flip S (ux370) proves this point, with an Intel i7-7500U processor, 8GB of RAM and a generous 512GB SSD. As a laptop, the ZenBook Flip S is great, with an impressive screen, keyboard and track-pad making the device a pleasure to use. While the device does run a little warm, even with just general use, the overall experience was still quite positive.

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    Moto loses its mojo

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 27/12/2017

    » After last year's delightful Moto Z modular phone, one of the more interesting models in its price-range, it's a wonder why Motorola even bothered to release something like the Moto X4 this year. With middling specs across the board and no real notable feature to talk about, the Moto X4 is yet another mid-range Android phone, one among countless thousands already on the market today.

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    Eric Schmidt to step down as Alphabet chairman

    New York Times, Published on 22/12/2017

    » Eric Schmidt joined Google in 2001 to provide what amounted to adult supervision for the company’s young founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin. He helped take Google public in 2004 and built it into a colossus. In 2011, after being appointed executive chairman, he became a prominent emissary for the company to Washington.

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    2017 in cyberspace: Phones & gadgets

    Life, Kanin Srimaneekulroj, Published on 20/12/2017

    » Tech trends in the consumer market

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    Creating a community of inventors

    Life, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 13/12/2017

    » In 2010 when the Internet of Things (IoT) was not as commonly known as it is today, Prasertsak Detudom created a website ayarafun.com to share his inventions of electronic toys and robots, telling stories about technology and computers.

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    Facebook launches parent-controlled Messenger app for kids

    Associated Press, Published on 05/12/2017

    » NEW YORK: Facebook is coming for your kids.

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    The return of the king of phablets

    Life, Komsan John Jandamit, Published on 01/11/2017

    » After a year of explosions, literally, Samsung has brought its Note series back to the marketplace.

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    Guardians of the Galaxy

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 20/10/2017

    » Three years after the original was released, Destiny 2 finally hit shelves after much excitement. Bungie's mythic sci-fi FPS (that's "first-person shooter" for you noobs) stays true to its roots in being chock-filled with multiplayer features and making you obsessed with making sure your character's power level reaches high numbers by getting the rarest and most powerful loot through quests and public events. Of course, there's also the campaign for you to play through, but is this going to be another case of "expansion overload" like the first game? Does Destiny 2's multiplayer features make you want to play it over and over again, even if you're done with the story? Basically, the real question is: "Is this worth my money?"

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    Power in your hands

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 20/10/2017

    » It's weird that we seem to have come full circle in terms of the size of our phones. Small and sleek was what people aimed for in the past, but now we want them to be bigger so that our video watching doesn't suffer with bad resolution. At the same time though, we don't want anything so bulky that makes it uncomfortable to carry it around in our pockets.

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