Review of the Acer Aspire Laptop, R14 and AIO PC Aspire Z3-700 with Windows 10

At a conference in Taipei, Acer unveiled two new devices supporting Windows 10, which were the Aspire 14 notebook Convertible and the amazing Aspire PC Z3-700 (all-in-one) with a battery built in. Interestingly, Aspire is one of the first companies to adopt Microsoft’s Windows 10. While other models of Smart phones like, for example, the “Jade Premium” rely on Windows 10 mobile technologies, both the Aspire 14 and the Aspire Z3-700 still follow the conventional computer systems, especially the Z3-700, ...

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Choosing the Right Achievable Life Goals

There are some people that set goals all of the time. They have things that they want to achieve and they work towards them. Once they have achieved them, they then make a new set of goals for themselves. Other people do not really set goals. They may have things that they want to achieve but not really spend a lot of time thinking about them or working towards them.
One important part of setting goals is to make sure ...

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Power of Positive Thinking to Change your Life

Positive Thinking for a Happy Life

Positive thinking has many advantages. It can make many more changes to your life, than you might think. Being happy is a great thing. It is something that many of us do not feel often enough. If you think more positively all of the time, then you have more chance of being happy and this can be great. Happiness has many great advantages. As well as making us feel better, it can also be a ...

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Android 5.0 Lollipop OS Review and Best Features

Android 5.0 Lollipop OS has been consistently rolled out since last year, and it is quickly becoming the main OS for newer Android devices. If you haven’t received your Lollipop update yet, you can check whether your device is set for the update, and if it is, you should check System Update immediately in your Settings. The OTA update might already be available for you to download. The size of the OTA update is approximately 400 MB, although it might ...

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Will Apple and Google bid together for Kodak Patents

It is rumoured that Apple and Google, these two companies which have been in a fight for the top-spot in recent times in the mobile phone industry, have joined forces. Yes, incredible as it may seem, the two companies will join efforts to acquire the 1,100 patents that Kodak currently holds, as Kodak is currently going through the process of bankruptcy.

United by a common interest

But do not celebrate love yet, this union comes after both companies have failed in their ...

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Motorola 2013 RAZR I update to Jelly Bean OS

Motorola has released the list of devices that will receive Android system updates soon and on that list is the smartphone RAZR I, which during the first trimester of 2013 will jump to the Jelly Bean version of operating system.
The RAZR smartphone I mounted a release in 2012 with a 2GHz Intel CPU running on the Ice Cream Sandwich system. Even then Motorola announced that it would be updated to the latest version of Android, but never gave an ...

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New Samsung Galaxy S4 could have Flexible Screen

A new wave of rumours about the next eminent flagship from Samsung, the Galaxy S4 has now reached our ears. The common feature of all these rumours is that the unit could incorporate a flexible display.

It’s been some time since the technology first began that could be used in the development of flexible displays, but 2013 could be the year that we see the first mobile phone models with a display of this type. All, Samsung, LG, Nokia, Philip and Sony have announced that they are working ...

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Learn to Love Math

Math. ACKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!

That one word still strikes a moment of fear in my heart.

Math just wasn’t my thing in school. It wasn’t the whole “Math is for guys and not girls” thing either. I’m just naturally a writer, a words person. My favorite subjects were English and more English. Confession time. Due to a computer glitch in high school, I wasn’t given math on my eleventh-grade schedule. I had an extra study hall. Hmmm. Nobody was noticing, so I just continued ...

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Become Motivated Like an Olympic Athlete

Do you consider yourself an athlete? If yes, read on. If no, read on anyway-and find out why you should start thinking like one to get motivated and set yourself up for success.

Mariah Burton Nelson has been a professional basketball player and a sportswriter, as well as an author. Her story is very inspiring. She faced boundaries as a female athlete, when those two words were not often linked together. Mariah tells how the lessons she learned playing sports helped ...

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New More Powerful 100Watt USB Standard Announced

This new more powerful USB standard could mean death for proprietary laptop chargers. The small rectangular USB connector has been welcomed as an industry standard for connecting all sorts of accessories for every machine possible in the last ten years.

There isn’t much that that little thing cannot do, except one thing: to deliver plenty of charge in a short period of time. It is the organizations that manage the USB standard that have now done something about this issue. Now, this ...

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