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First impression: Windows 10

Starting from 29 July 2015, Windows 10 is available for public download. Within the first 24 hours, more than 14 million computers around the world have Windows 10 installed. I upgraded Windows 8.1 in my Toshiba Encore 8 to Windows 10 without any problem and

By |2 Aug 2015|Review, Technology|0 Comments
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Review: Mrice E300 in-ear headphones

Mrice E300 in-ear headphones is an affordable audio product with sound quality way beyond its price level. Priced under $20, these headphones are said to have sound quality that can outperform some products priced at $100-$150 range. I first read about these headphones from this

By |30 Jul 2015|Review, Technology|0 Comments
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How to download Windows 10?

Windows 10 is finally available for public download today. Microsoft offers free upgrade for users with licensed copy of Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 (Home and Pro). It only applies for people who has activated Windows copy. It means, if someone purchased Windows

By |29 Jul 2015|Guide, Technology|0 Comments
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Casual Review: Gear4 HomeCharger Dual

As the name suggests, Gear4 HomeCharger Dual is a wall charger with 2 USB ports. Honestly, I did not need any more wall charger when I bought this. I had enough at home. However, seeing a branded dual ports USB charger that promises separate outputs

By |28 Jul 2015|Review, Technology|0 Comments
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Sense sleep tracker: my impressions after 7 weeks

Sense is a smart device to help us to have sleep better. It is a set of two items. The first component is a ball-shaped sensor that tracks our bedroom’s noise level, ambient light, temperature, humidity and particulate sensors. It also have a built-in speaker

By |21 Jul 2015|Opinion, Review, Technology|0 Comments
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Introducing solid food to babies

In the first few months, babies only need milk and parents do not need to worry about the next challenge in parenting: solid food. Introducing solid food is not a hard task, yet it requires a lot of knowledge in order to make informed decisions.

By |20 Jul 2015|Parenting|0 Comments