Awhile back, we ran a #SCxMotoInASnap giveaway with a Moto Z and Moto Z Play up for grabs. To stand a chance of winning, all contestants needed to do was to submit a 5-second video that showcased transformation in the most creative way possible. Without further ado, here are the winners…
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For those of us outside China, Hugo Barra is pretty much the face of Xiaomi. He’s there for the launches, he’s there for keynotes and he was also there to show us how to ride the Ninebot Mini up an escalator.
But now, the Mi Fans’ beloved Tiger Bro will be leaving Xiaomi to return home to Silicon Valley.
I love thin, light and affordable laptops that are designed for work on the go. For me, all they need to do is handle word processing, web browsing, some rudimentary photo editing and that’s about it. Oh yeah, they should also have a long battery life, at least enough to last a working day, anyway.
The last time I checked out a laptop from Acer, it was their then brand new Aspire S 13 — a thin and light no-nonsense productivity laptop. It had a lot going for it, with a nice set of I/O ports and a nice matte display. But, there were one or two issues such as the mediocre battery life and the mostly plastic body.
Now, they’ve refreshed their laptop lineup with several new devices from Acer’s Spin and Swift series. One laptop that stood out to me as an interesting alternative to the Aspire S 13 was the Swift 3. MacBook-esque looks aside, it bears a lot of similarities with the S 13, but with a few new features and compromises. So I thought it’d be interesting to see if it’s worth the RM100 premium.
The root cause of the ill-fated Galaxy Note7 problems is finally revealed. After months of internal and independent investigations involving 700 researchers and more than 30,000 batteries, Samsung has officially announced their findings and their upcoming measures to prevent such incidents from happening.
Was it due to fast charging, USB Type-C or design? Read on to find out.