Author: Intern Of The Level

Happy Chinese New Year from Spotify!

In celebration of the Year of the Dog, Spotify is releasing a new playlist to liven up the festivities. Simply scan the Spotify Codes to get to the playlist. To scan a Spotify Code, simply head to the right of your Search bar and click on the camera icon, where you can scan the provided artwork and be sent directly to the relevant content. For those of you who want to share some personalized music to your loved ones, you could do this too! Simply share the playlist via Spotify Code by tapping on the “…” context menu on...

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My Experience Using the Fitbit Ionic as an Overweight Couch Potato

By Aaron Lim It’s a weird feeling. You’re given an incredibly complex piece of technology – something which a company has spent millions and millions of dollars on to create – and asked to write a review of it. The problem is: it’s a Fitbit and you’re the type of dude who gets most of his exercise in the mornings when squatting down to pick up his shoes. How on earth are you supposed to write an objective review on the most sophisticated fitness tracker in the world when you can barely even carry your friends through a bad...

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Smartphone games to keep you occupied this CNY

Chinese New Year is just around the corner and you know what that means – it means it’s that time of the year where you should probably think about downloading more games for your smartphone so you have something to distract yourself with while your relatives are pestering you about why you’re still single. In no particular order, here are some games that should keep you occupied: Downwell (Platforms: PlayStation 4, Android, iOS, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation Vita) This rogue like platform shooter is a really interesting combination of procedurally generated dungeons and power ups that mixes things up for...

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Review – ASUS ROG GL553VD – The Mark Wahlberg of the Laptop World

By Aaron Lim Pros Keyboard is great Build quality is good Good selection of IO & included card reader Screen flex is minimal Cons Trackpad clickiness is not great Keyboard flex is pretty bad Fan noise is loud Caps Lock, Num Lock and etc have indicators in front of the chassis Mehs Backplate is difficult to remove but easy to upgrade The one vent on the left can get hot Included DVD Drive (in 2017) Gamer-ish accents The ASUS ROG GL553VD is ASUS’ stab at tackling the mid-range gaming laptop market under their Republic of Gamers branding. Advertised as...

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