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I always want a 2-in-1 ultraportable laptop with 10-inch tablet that loaded with Microsoft Windows 8.1. Hehe… Now is the chance. You too. Yes, Asus Malaysia is giving away 2 Asus Transformer Book T100. And 10 Limited Edition ASUS Exclusive T-Shirt too. Requirement == have the most creative slogans to stand a chance to win. The campaign starting from today until 20th April 2014. Hurry up…

Lovely prizes


Google does not like you to use external Micro SD card on your Android devices. Therefore, you won’t see SD card slot on Google Nexus devices. And starting Android 4.4 KitKat, Google removes the ability to write files to MicroSD card. So your newly installed applications are stuck with internal storage. No worry, SDFix is able to help to solve this issue. So your Samsung Galaxy S4, Note 3 will be working fine as before. However, root access is required.

SDFix by NextApp


I won’t be getting Samsung Galaxy S5 this round. But does Galaxy S5 Experience App able to change my mind? It is an interactive application that let you know more about Galaxy S5 and wearable devices (Galaxy Gear 2 and Galaxy Gear Fit) features. From Galaxy S5 camera features likes HDR, Fast Auto & Selective Focus to speed enhancement like Wi-Fi MIMO & Download Booster. Fitness features like Pedometer, Exercise and Heart Rate Monitor.

Galaxy S5 Experience App


Normal simple watch is getting replaced by smart wearable real soon. Why? Google has just announced Android Wear, an open Android-powered platform loaded with Google Now and voice search. Voice recognition is very important in smart wear as we can’t type in that small screen. You will see lot of these smart gadgets in the future when speech recognition is mature. And lot of hardware manufacturers like Asus, HTC, LG and Motorola are supporting it. Not just Samsung only. Therefore, it should be like the next smartphone. If can, make it powerful enough like a phone. Check out Android Wear in action below…

Yes, Magic Lantern supports Canon EOS 5D Mark III with bootflag removal at last. This is a good news for those who stay away from Magic Lantern due to that. You can install Magic Lantern on your 5D Mark III safely now. No worry about warranty issue due to bootflag enabled. Besides, it also supports latest firmware 1.2.3. Isn’t that great?

Magic Lantern on 5D3 Firmware 1.2.3


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