LG Gram: A champion in the featherweight category

There is perhaps no name more befitting this laptop other than Gram. While it’s nowhere near a gram, its lightness surprised me as I unboxed it. It looks like any other ultrabook, but weighs nothing like one. Weighing it at only 970g, I wonder if it’ll float like a feather if I drop it! (No, joking, please don’t try that.)

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A Case Study For The Internet We Expect

In this post, our editor Si Jie gives his opinion on how, as programmers, every small detail affects the web as a whole.

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I’m a Hobbyist Programmer, Not Your Tech Support Guy – Rants From a Programmer

I am a hobbyist programmer. I like to build small projects and I derive a sense of achievement from building them. I don’t long after rewards or anything of that sort. Simply having a project that works is good enough. There are some things that I hate, some things that I want to tell everyone but they won’t understand, some things that are perhaps, better left to be written in this public letter.
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New iOS update bricks many iPhones – could yours be next?

Apple has done it again.

This time, some iPhone 6 users who update their iOS to the latest version were faced with a dead “Error 53” that would not go away no matter what.

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Your USB cable could be killing your computer

What’s the worst thing that can happen when you come across a bad USB cable? Slower charging speeds, no support for data transfer, broken cables at worst? That’s what we thought, until we chanced upon this post by Google engineer Benson Leung.

your usb cable

 

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