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Matteo Doni
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This isn't the Chromebook for everyone, but it offers enough to be a compelling option for those who need ultimate portability. The quick take The Chromebook Flip is pushing the envelope of what we consider a "standard" Chromebook, with extreme portability, good components and the option to convert into a pseudo-tablet. At 10.1 inches and less than two pounds it's easily the smallest...
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I love that coffee table, despite its impracticalities and guaranteed crumb storage facility.
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This isn't the Chromebook for everyone, but it offers enough to be a compelling option for those who need ultimate portability. The quick take The Chromebook Flip is pushing the envelope of what we consider a "standard" Chromebook, with extreme portability, good components and the option to convert…
This isn't the Chromebook for everyone, but it offers enough to be a compelling option for those who need ultimate portability. The quick take The Chromebook Flip is pushing the envelope of what we consider a "standard" Chromebook, with extreme portability, good components and the option to convert into a pseudo-tablet. At 10.1 inches and less than two pounds it's easily the smallest...
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Big in Japan. Even covered by +Bloomberg Business​.
Gareth Williams, chief executive officer and co-founder at Skyscanner, talks with Rishaad Salamat about his company's joint venture with Yahoo Japan to expand airfare search and travel services to the Japanese market. He speaks on
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And then I saw that the +OnePlus 2 doesn't have NFC and Wallet/Android Pay payments are obviously not going to work, and was all like...


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Most users in APAC us QR for payments anyway.
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Travel plans for next year...
To celebrate the start of The Ashes, take a tour of some of the best cricket grounds in the UK and beyond.
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Great +Coolsmartphone podcast with special guest +Kate Russell . Now we just need to work out how to get cake to her. #podcast  
  Welcome to the Coolsmartphone Podcast episode 149. In this Special Interview Episode John sits down with the popular and highly respected tech journalist Kate Russell, to discuss: How Kate initially made the move into tech journalism. The impact that Elite on the BBC Micro had on her life. How the industry has changed for women …
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Such a fan, kudos to you guys getting her on as a guest!
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SpiderOak Launches SpiderOakONE, the paid tiers to their 'zero kowledge' encrypted backup and file hosting service. Pricing and tiers. Opinion.
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Here's a fun #FridayFact, our mobile boarding pass is five this week! Join us in wishing it a very 'APPY BIRTHDAY and if you've not downloaded it already, it's available here http://ba.uk/1MEU9M
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    Test Engineer, 2013 - present
    I break mobile apps and then file bug reports. :-)
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I'm a geek at heart, interested in tech in general but particularly in Linux and FOSS. I enjoy life in Edinburgh, cheesy music and chocolate. I am the Todoleo in Todoleo Tech Blog www.todoleo.com
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Comfy seats and good coffee.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Terrible service, stale bread and misleading point of sale advertising. I decided to have a snack at this airport cafe while I was waiting for my flight gate to be announced. One of the things that pulled me in was the advertised small baguette, coffee and orange juice for €5.90. At the till, the rude members of staff just pointed at stuff and expected me to self serve and then told me the offer was not valid because it was after 10am. Why would they have the posters up at 11:15 if so, and nowhere indicated there was a time limit on the advertised offer. Once i had paid and sat down, i found the bread to be stale while the orange juice and coffee were ok. Approaching the staff to complain with just a small bite in the sandwich, they just shrugged and said "Eh!". After this experience I will avoid this food outlet like the food poisoning I am now dreading getting. A rip off with bad service is the worst experience possible, and I'm usually happy to be ripped off if service is good. Take a short walk further down the terminal and stay away from here.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Retro cafe/bar in the centre of Milan. Great venue for the "Aperitivo" amongst the local youth and hipsters. Very generous servings of spirits in cocktails and tasty finger food. Beware: it can be very busy after 7pm.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Trendy bar in the centre of Milan, near Corso Magenta. Very modern artsy interior, and excellent finger food and cocktails for the "Aperitivo". A la carte menu available as well, the highlight of this venue is the generous servings of spirits in the cocktails. Great place to justify the need of a taxi to get home, one of the best places to people watch the local trendy characters in Milan.
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reviewed 7 months ago
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McDonald's Restaurant in Franfurt Airport. Prices slightly higher than on the average high street in Europe. Usual Mcdonald's menu geared for the German market, and with the same meal deals. The McCafe coffee is good and much less expensive than similar coffees from other venues in the airport terminal. Service is fast and efficient, and there is good reception for the free airport wifi.
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reviewed 7 months ago
Standard Rossopomodoro restaurant in the Carosello shopping centre in Carugate. Good quality pizza and pasta for a reasonable price. Service is slow and not very curteous. Not as good as other Rossopomodoro venues.
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reviewed 7 months ago
A wine shop and wine bar in the centre of Milan near Corso Buenos Aires. Simple, almost rustic interior. Very friendly hosts who are extremely passionate about their venue and product. For 20 Euro you can have a pleasant evening blind tasting fifteen wines (5 bubbly white, 5 white and 5 red). Inbetween wine types, you are served some tasty bread, and there is an extra option to have food from a limited a la carte menu. Voting for the blind tasting sessions is processed and results posted to the venue's Facebook page. Excellent wines, great banter and all round great way to while away a cold damp evening in Milan.
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