There are many ways to end this kind of story, and I think that’s where the movie shines at its best. There wasn’t a big twist. No, it was something much more subtle, and made up of so much irony that you can’t even taste it anymore.
Speaking from where I live at (and my social circles), Smart Watch isn’t a trend. It’s more like a white noise going around and none of us actually pays attention to it. Even me, although it’s because I’m a supporter of the analogue watch. So when one of my friend brought along this box there asking for… Continue reading iradish Smart Watch and Phone: Features and Review
Okay, I might have exaggerated things a little, but the picture itself is true and real. Damned box is labelled Chinese characters, but it is the (nearly) literal translation of iradish, though calling it “digital carrot” would better hit the mark. By means of a friend, I’ve managed to acquire the little gadget in that aforementioned… Continue reading Preview for Something
Behold. Once a new, still-boxed Nexus 5. A thrill at the first, second, and third look. Still is a thrill, since its first day on the 21st of January. But of course, no phone, especially a smartphone, passes any review test without waiting for at least 2 months, after a 2 month worth of intensive app-running, game… Continue reading Review: A 2-month Google Nexus 5
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Was reading e-books with Moon Reader when this happened. I had been intensively reading e-books for a week but that’s no reason for a Nexus 5 to go haywire. The problem persists worse when I’m on any e-book reading application (so far I had tried with Google Play Books and Moon Reader).
A screen lock elevates the problem for a bit. Phone reboot solves nothing, if not, make things worse. Sometimes the screen glitch causes lagging, but sometimes (in the beginning) the phone is responsive. I can still type stuffs. It’s just that the screen lags behind.
Something like this:
I was going to write a Nexus 5 review anyway, and this problem kinda prompts me into more urgency. It’s just 2 months old, and e-book reading is so simple even my old phone can manage it without any fuss. It doesn’t help that I’m now at my busiest weeks and a faulty phone I realised I’m relying to heavily on is affecting my mood and productivity.
Things aren’t looking good, so I’m going to backup everything and send it to the technicians. I like Nexus 5, I didn’t want doubt my judgement right now…
Rating: 6 out of 10 stars (3 out of 5) Title: The Undead Pool (The Hollows, #12) Author: Kim Harrison Genre: Urban Fantasy The first review here is honoured to the title mentioned above. Finally, I have finished reading down to the last sentence of the Undead Pool. It’s not a proud achievement, considering this… Continue reading Review: “The Undead Pool” and Before