Realme 2 Pro Review

Chinese smartphone makers seem to be following a new trend of creating sub-brands that cater to demanding younger buyers. In the past, we’ve seen Honor from Huawei and Zuk by Lenovo, and most recently, we’ve had Poco by Xiaomi. Now, Realme has been spun off from Oppo. All of them seem to have a singular […]

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ATP to try out video review technology at Next Gen Finals

Video review for certain judgment calls, such as whether a ball bounces twice, will be available for the first time in men’s professional tennis at the Next Gen ATP Finals for top 21-and-under players. The tour announced Friday that players at the Nov. 6-10 event in Milan can request that chair umpires watch replays to […]

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Spider Holster SpiderLight review: A belt holster for your camera

Throughout my photography career, I’ve always struggled to find the best way to carry my camera, and I know I’m not alone in experimenting with different solutions. But one month with the Spider Holster SpiderLight ($95 on Amazon) has shown me the answer. Or at least an answer. Before I get into how this belt-based holster system works, let’s quickly […]

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Acer Aspire VX 15 Review

In 2017, Acer is focusing its efforts on two of the most rapidly growing segments in the tech industry: gaming and VR. For gaming, the company has recently unveiled a brand new line of gaming laptops and monitors, while in VR, it plans to get in on the ground floor in the commercial space through […]

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Book Review: 365 Personal Brand Marketing Thumb-Rules

In Vikram Rajan’s “365 Personal Brand Marketing Thumb-Rules: Daily Reminders for Rainmakers: Lawyers, Accountants, Financial Planners, Real Estate and Health & Wellness Professionals”, you get to actually be the author of your own business’ destiny. In my copy, there is a handwritten note from Vikram that says “This book is not meant to be ‘read’ […]

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Year in review: Long Beach education in 2016

A large crowd gathered at the CSU Board of Trustees meeting Nov. 17, supporting the faculty demanding a 5 percent raise. (Photo by Brittany Murray/Press-Telegram/SCNG) By Press-Telegram staff POSTED: 12/29/16, 5:51 PM PST | UPDATED: 8 HRS AGO 0 COMMENTS Long Beach City College president Eloy Oakley took the job of chancellor of the California […]

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