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iPhone XR review

The iPhone XR (Released October 26th 2018) was released roughly a month after the iPhone XS and XS Max. Apple was smart to not release the XR at the same time as the XS duo, because the former would have surely dwarfed sales of the latter – as the XR may very well be not […]

LG Gram wins CES 2019 Innovation Award

Looking for a light and thin 14 inch ultrabook weighing in at just 1118 kg.? LG’s Gram just may be the device for you. What makes this years model so interesting is that it manages to set a new record in mobility without compromising on battery life or power. LG Gram 14 specs 8th Gen. […]

HP comes out swinging with the Chromebook X2

There’s no other way to say it, Chromebooks have come a long way. The HP Chromebook X2 is a well-built premium detachable running Chrome OS, which is both the biggest strength and greatest limitation of the device. I say this because Google’s ChromeOS has a reputation for not being good for much more than Web browsing and […]

Music Streaming Royalties pt. 1: Earnings Breakdown

There has never been a time that I’ve worked with other artists, from every level and stage of development – when a conversation about royalties and how they are earned wasn’t welcomed. One of the most confusing aspects of getting paid in the music industry, is and has always been Royalties. Not to mention the multiple […]

Make Cinematic Masterpieces with PowerDirector Mobile (App Review)

Cyberlink PowerDirector Mobile: True Video Editing for Mobile hasarrived PowerDirector Mobile, for Android islinear video-editing app that makes it easyto direct your cinematic blockbuster. The app allows you to combine multiplevideo and audio layers (up to 3 video andaudio tracks) to edit angles and takes downto the frame. There a of video/photo filtersand FX included,broken […]

Hi-Res Music & Audio : The New Recording Standard

Every 25 years or so, the medium for the mass-production of audio gets upgraded to the next big thing. From the Phonograph which played tin cylinders (1877), to the Gramophone (1900) , which played glass, zinc, and eventually plastic flat discs/records; From Vinyl, which didn’t hit the scene until 1948, the cassette tape that made […]

Become an Author: Create an ebook with Google Docs

Have you been sitting on your life biography, or are you just two chapters away from wrapping up that thriller detective novel you’ve been telling anyone “bits and pieces of the storyline who would listen? Did you know that you could have that finished draft in the proper format, and ready for masses? That’s right, Google’s word-processing challenger to Microsoft […]