[FEATURE] Technology sites that I enjoyed largely stayed the same over the years. Once in a while I come across a thoroughly enjoyable one. MKBHD is one such that I come across and it's content have been terrific.

MKBHD is a  technology-based YouTube channel started by Marques Browniee with over 2.3million subscribers and one of the most subscribed tech channel on Youtube as of 2015. MKBHD covers gadget reviews, technology introductions and also any other tech stuff that Mr Marques cares to cover. That's incredible achievement considering this guy did it all by himself and when he is in this late teens.

One of his famous videos is a review and scratch test of a rumored 4.7" iPhone 6 glass display, uploaded on 7 July 2014. That video is featured on sites such as The Verge, CNET and Time Magazine.

What makes the channel so successful could have been its high-definition recordings and his ability to explain technology and reviews in simple and clear words. Check them out!

Link - https://www.youtube.com/user/marquesbrownlee?gl=SG&hl=en-GB

[FEATURE] So recently I got my brand new OnePlus One 64GB Cyanogen version and I explored the phone quite abit, i mean it has been a long time since I had an Android phone. And Android Device Manager is one of the feature that I come across.

Android Device Manager (ADM) is Google's official tool to track your Android device. Released in 2013, ADM is compatible with Android devices running version 2.2 and above. Due to the fragmentation nature of Android, there is a small possibility that not every device above 2.2 would have ADM included or working 100%.

ADM would require the device to be connected to your Google account, turned on and connected to the Internet. With these conditions, you can track the location of your phone (like the screenshot above), ring your phone and ultimately wipe all data off your phone.

I also trying it out of my Nexus 7 2013 16GB, ADM works perfectly and tells me approximately where my tablet is. And the options to ring, lock or erase my tablet were available.

Well, ADM is not quite what Apple's version can do. Give Google sometime, it will only get better.

Link - https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/3265955?hl=en
Wow, just wow. We know a piece of world changing gadget when we see one. And Apple has just release yet another MacBook that will change the laptop landscape forever and ever. There’s so much new stuff about the MacBook.

New Colours: Space Grey and Gold
Gold MacBook. What a beauty. Space Grey. So handsome.

Lightest and Most Compact Mac ever
13.1mm, 920g and 12-inch retina display. 2304 x 1440 resolution, 16:10 aspect ratio.
And a full-size keyboard.

Force Touch Trackpad
The brand new developed trackpad with force sensors detecting how much pressure you applied. Which translates into the possibility to perform a variety of actions in different apps. This is not the only new tech with the trackpad. Apple also introduces the Taptic Engine which improves trackpad’s responsiveness around the trackpad edges as well as providing some sort of a haptic feedback when using the trackpad.

Fanless Architecture
The new MacBook is the first Mac notebook without a fan. Apple did that with some trade-off on the processor, Intel Core M chip drawing 5 watts of power which is generates less heat.

All-Day Battery Life
Up to 10 hours battery life. Who needs a tablet?

Apple ditches all ports that all laptops use today and in place all those ports were… just… a… USB-C. It will act as power charger, USB, displayport and well just about anything that a laptop can be plugged into.

In the end, this is a MacBook that is so different from all other laptops in the market and it’s not just because it is pretty. This new MacBook is a beautiful chick that has more than just the looks. Perfection is hard to achieve, but this MacBook is so close.
Well the talk point has largely centred around having just a single port thus creating inconvenience in some situations. Yet, it is 2015 and you can do just about everything wirelessly. So what if its just a single port?

Link to Apple Singapore MacBook micro site - http://www.apple.com/sg/macbook/
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