I feel like Phil Spencer and his team has gone far and beyond to pull all the stops of making Xbox relevant again. It’s been a series of rough many years for Xbox to be honest. The lack of exclusive titles, direction of Xbox, and its obsessive grip on always-on approach which set off the… Continue reading As Microsoft Xbox becomes more consumer-friendly with its evolved subscription model, it still fails to provide a better offline experience
I have basically deleted my dummy account I created for it. Over the span of three weeks I came with the conclusion that whatever StockTwits was set out to do isn’t really hitting the goal. StockTwits wikipedia: StockTwits is a social media platform designed for sharing ideas between investors, traders, and entrepreneurs. The company was… Continue reading Would StockTwits be considered a dangerous site for market manipulation?
Whether you love or hate Genshin Impact. It’s truly one of those games that came out of nowhere. I didn’t know anything about miHoYo, and I’m not exactly a mobile gamer. True, miHoYo may have some established history already with Honkai Impact 3rd, which is another gacha game that the company works on. Genshin Impact… Continue reading Genshin Impact and all the things it does wrong and why miHoYo needs to address its future with the next patch
Over the past few days I’ve made a full switch to Microsoft Edge being rebuilt on top of Chromium, a Google-based solution that you, the consumer, may know as Google Chrome. Chromium is an open source web browser. As the words “open source” states any individual or entity can fork the code and do whatever… Continue reading Was Microsoft Edge really ready for prime time?
Ever since my MacBook Pro gave in and I couldn’t find a proper repair shop for it I had to sell it and look for options that gave me the freedom to open up my hardware and do the repairs myself. I guess the first thing that I wanted out of a laptop was reliability… Continue reading Dell XPS 15 9500 experience so far
I finally got my hands on the Sony WH1000XM3. They’ve been dropping the prices on eBay so I thought: Hey, you know what? It’s time to bite. I have so many mixed feelings and all of them revolve around the build quality. On a fair note, I’ve been extremely spoiled by Bowers & Wilkins. Hands… Continue reading I love you, Sony WH1000XM3. But you are too fragile. ?
Over the time I have spent with my Macbook Pro I’ve learned to accept a lot of its cons such as a extremely shallow keyboard. Of course, my acceptance has a limit thus I will never accept the infamous touchbar. I’ve been in disgust with my Dell gaming laptop, a Dell Inspiron i7559-5012GRY. It’s not… Continue reading I don’t think Apple’s thinness obsession is far off…
Now, this post is more rambling and observations. There’s a new trend I’ve been noticing. I use LowEndBox from time to time because well, the offers are the site suggests are low end and I don’t need a 32-cores server as much as I’d love to have that power at my disposal. This trend is… Continue reading Sinking into paranoia with hosting services
I wasn’t sure how to open this blog post tonight. It’s a subject that has been on my mind for a long while and I’ll do my best to explain it. There’s probably a better term or word for this. Apple is a trendsetter. I think at this point we shouldn’t question that. Even if… Continue reading Iterative stagnation
I always saw myself only ever using Sennheiser products. I had a nice pair of MOMENTUM 2.0 which I ended up selling for the Bowers and Wilkins pair. There’s a very simple reasonable reason on why I ended up buying into a new brand. It all started with the ears hurting every time I used… Continue reading Bowers & Wilkins PX ? makes me kokoro feel alive