Pixel will be supported until October 2019, and Nexus 6P is up to September 2018. :'( It is understandable, since as the generation of phones aggregate, it would be too busy to support all of them and it would be nearly impossible to have bugs in it. But at the same time, it is sad… Continue reading Google Updates When They Stop Supporting Pixel and Nexus Phones
This is awesome. Vultr recently upgraded the $5/month plan so that I now have 1GB memory with 25GB storage! YAY! And what is more fun is there is $2.5/month option, which has less bandwidth, storage, and memory. The only thing is there is no possibility to downgrade a plan, otherwise I might just go for… Continue reading Vultr upgraded the plan
NLP: Natural Language Processing Just show you a photo you'll understand.
hmm... see here http://www.sony.jp/digital-paper/lineup/
Finally get some time to fix the certificate issue. Long story short, I was using StartCom's StartSSL Class 1 as my root certificate authority. It is free and easy to use (until recently). Chrome had decided not to trust this company due to some issues a while ago but I never paid attention to it. And… Continue reading SSL Issue Resolved
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2012 Edition) is the best tablet I've ever used... It's been 5 years, and I'm still using it...
Let me clarify a bit. Le Max Pro, the smartphone that carried with so much hope in 60GHz communications, does not support 802.11ad in terms of software.
Yes, although demonstrated in the video like here and articles like here, Le Max Pro does not have software functionality that supports 802.11ad. It does carry with Snapdragon 820 and does have a fully functioning system, but the ability to access 60GHz channel is missing. I got this phone a while ago, with hope and faith. Yet, I was disappointed.
Guess the only good news is that this phone is discontinued. If there is anyone still looking for this phone, and is looking forward to the so-claimed first smartphone with 60GHz, please consider to wait for more time.
Super Mario Run is for iOS. Wait, what?