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Vacuum & Mop your floors without using any hands

Posted By michael.aulia 22 hours ago on Technology - Viomi Smart 11 Review – Viomi Smart 11 is a robot that both vacuums and mops your floor, meaning you don’t need to get your hands dirty (literally). Well, alright, you do need your hands still to operate the bot or fill the water tanks, but that’s the easy part. Viomi Smart 11 is a […]

How to Build Apps Without Code

Posted By AppInstitute 1 day 13 hours ago on Technology -

If you’re looking for a way to create an app without coding, one option is to use a drag and drop app builder. Using an app builder allows you to create an app without any coding knowledge. It’s perfect for small business owners who can get all the benefits of having their own app, without...Read More
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Minimalist charger for your new iPhone 11

Posted By michael.aulia 2 days ago on Technology - Totallee Wireless Charger Review – Totallee make thin and minimalist cases such as these Totallee cases for iPhone XS Max and iPhone X, offering protection to your phones with elegance. And now, their wireless charging pad is out, offering the same minimalistic and elegant approach to phone accessories. Totallee Wireless Charger is very clean looking […]

Get Fit while playing an upcoming, awesome, turn-based RPG Game

Posted By michael.aulia 5 days ago on Technology - I loved EA Sports Active 2 on the PlayStation 3 for a while. It “gamified” exercises which was definitely made for people like myself who just don’t like exercising. I mean, playing games is more fun than exercising, right? But since Nintendo Wii Fit, I haven’t really found any exercise games worth… exercising. Sure, Just […]

Wireless Gaming Keyboard is finally a reality

Posted By michael.aulia 6 days ago on Technology - CORSAIR K57 RGB Wireless Gaming Keyboard Review – Many years ago, I tweeted about wanting a gaming peripheral company to make a wireless, gaming keyboard. No one seemed to be able to claim that on those days – most likely due to the lag or wireless intereference that it may have caused. Years ahead, looks […]

Is Apple TV+ movie subscription service FREE for life to Apple fans?

Posted By michael.aulia 7 days ago on Technology - Apple announced many things today, including their upcoming iPhone 11 Pro and also when Apple TV+ is going to launch (November 1st, 2019). However, something that people might have missed among the news clutter is the fact that Apple TV+ subscription service might actually come for FREE, for life, to some. Let me explain. To […]

Is Apple iPhone 11 Pro exciting enough?

Posted By michael.aulia 7 days ago on Technology - Apple announced the new iPhone 11 line up today, including the iPhone 11 & iPhone Pro/Pro Max (the larger version). While we already knew most of the things that it would have thanks to all the rumoured leaks, were there anything new that Tim announced? Yes and No, but find out if you are excited […]

What Retailers Can Learn from SaaS Marketing 

Posted By AppInstitute 8 days ago on Technology -

Brick and mortar retail can seem like night and day compared to web-based SaaS products and other subscription services. It’s not just the products themselves that are different; it’s how they are sold. But retail can learn a lesson or two from SaaS companies because there’s something to be said for the massive growth that...Read More
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Amazingly fast Gaming SSD – Seagate FireCuda 510 NVMe SSD Review

Posted By michael.aulia 8 days ago on Technology - Seagate FireCuda 510 NVMe SSD Review – With many NVMe SSDs around in the market from different brands to expand your storage and PC system performance, one has to ask – which one should I get? For Seagate FireCuda 510 NVMe SSD M.2, the answer is very easy. If you are looking for the best […]

mydlink Mini Wi-Fi Smart Plug Review

Posted By michael.aulia 8 days ago on Technology - mydlink Mini Wi-Fi Smart Plug Review (DSP-W118) – Smart plugs are not new. In fact, D-Link has released a Wi-Fi smart plug back in 2015 (check out our review on D-Link Smart Plug). However, as technology advances, the new Mini Wi-Fi Smart Plug now comes in a more compact form, plus other smart, modern features […]

The first true, wireless headset for Nintendo Switch is here

Posted By michael.aulia 9 days ago on Technology - Playing Nintendo Switch games on the go is fun (or any games, really). I mean, how else can you make use of a daily 30-minute train commute? But during launch, many were grumbling because the console didn’t really support wireless audio – which means you have to plug your wired earphones if you want to […]

Apple Music is now accessible from your web browser

Posted By michael.aulia 12 days ago on Technology - I personally hate iTunes. I think it’s bloated, slow, and just unintuitive. The problem is, it’s the only legitimate way to play Apple Music on my Windows PC. Sure, I can always use my phone and Bluetooth earphones like the Apple Powerbeats Pro, but at times it’s just easier to search and change songs while […]

How to Create an App and Make Money

Posted By AppInstitute 13 days ago on Technology -

Apps make a lot of money. Spending on Google Play and the App Store hit an incredible $39.7 billion during the first half of 2019 according to data from Sensor Tower. This was a 15.4 percent increase on the same period in the previous year. Additionally, app use is growing. In its most recent “State...Read More
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Overwatch is coming to Nintendo Switch (Official) with Australian release date and pricing

Posted By michael.aulia 13 days ago on Technology - While there have been some rumoured news about Blizzard Overwatch coming to Nintendo Switch, it has now been made official. Starting from 16th of October, Australian and New Zealander can hop into their Nintendo Switch to start playing Overwatch Legendary Edition on Nintendo’s most popular console. There doesn’t seem to be a cartridge version so […]