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Stefan Alexandre Etienne
Works at The Mind Bite
Attended Victory Collegiate High School
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It's nice, y'know?
A Swiss Army knife is a necessity, to be quite honest. It removes the need for a plethora of separate tools, and delivers them in an all-in-one, portable package — thus becoming a venerable status symbol of adaptability. And the opening of beverages — let’s not forget that. In today’s technology-driven world, the use of the multi-tool is mostly likely…
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It works well, essentially. 
There is an endless river of gear and gadgets that make it seem rather difficult to get the point. In other words, a product that does one thing (or two) and does it well. Of course, such an approach is difficult to realize with say, a phone or a laptop, but a speaker? Well, that’s very to-the-point. An IP6 waterproofed,…
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(Very) late with this one. 
Sometimes “edgy” is the best way to go. But when ergonomics are sacrificed to do so, is it really worth it? The Galaxy S6 Edge is an attempt at answering that question. The S6 which I reviewed earlier this summer has great ergonomics, with metal that’s shaved and finished to help with holding the device. The Edge is a totally different…
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much better (for me at least)
If there was one thing true about the previous Google Hangouts app, it’s that it was chock full of features, but not on speed even on the fastest of Android flagship phones. Today that changes with Hangouts 4.0, which is currently being rolled out from the Play Store (or is available as a signed .apk from the source link). Google…
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Gaming monitors require three things: excellent resolution, a fast refresh rate, and popping colors. The 27-inch Acer XB at FHD resolution (2,560 x 1440) on an IPS panel has all of those things, plus one: Nvidia’s G-Sync technology. And that my dear reader, is where Acer has built one of the finest gaming monitors available in 2015. Then, it’s time…
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Coincidentally, September 9th is my first day of college — don’t worry though, I’ll still keep everything up-to-date, even if it’s just through Twitter.
Tagged in the invite, “Hey Siri, give us a hint.”, there is no doubt that that time of year is approaching: a day of new iPhones. along with animated wallpapers, 4K capabilities, and speed improvements, the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus event is pegged at 10AM PT, at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. Coincidentally, September 9th is my first day…
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They're here, as expected. 
Phablets are getting renewed this year, and the iPhone 6 Plus isn’t the only one: the Galaxy Note 5 has been announced, here in New York City, alongside its edged partner, the S6 Edge Plus. Both devices have 5.7-inch 2560×1440 displays at 518 pixels-per-inch, an 64-bit Exynos chipset including an octa core 2.1GHz quad plus 1.5GHz quad-core processor setup, 4GB of RAM,…
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Unexpected.
Here’s how it works: Google’s founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin have started “a collection of companies”. They have dubbed that collection “Alphabet”, and within it, the letter “G” stands for Google. In other words, there’s a company bigger than Google, as of today. Management positions include the appointment of a new Google CEO — none other than Sundar Pichai. Page will…
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nice box, Intel
It’s high-time for new Intel chips on the enthusiast end, and the big I delivered with new, quad-core Core i5 and Core i7 processors. More specifically, as the Core i7-6700K and i5-6600K. The new 14-nanometer chips are unlocked for maximum overclocking (all “K”-series are), but if that’s not your vibe, then they operate at a pretty high clock speed to begin with:…
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They're great. I just don't like them. 
Having reviewed a “mobile thinking cap”, I thought it was high-time to review something more portable. When it comes to headphones, on-ears represent the closest balance between earphones due to portability and the sound quality usually attributed to over-ears. But, they’ve never really been to my taste. If it’s not aesthetic shortcomings, it’s the lack of encapsulating sound, and if it’s…
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467 people
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Michael Jentsch's profile photo
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Director of Connecting Young Minds
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Tech Journalism, WordPress, Photography, Reviews, Social Media, Entrepreneurship
Employment
  • The Mind Bite
    Editorial Lead & Co-Founder, 2014 - present
    Organizes recruitment, posts management and editing of TMB.
  • LaptopMemo.com
    News/Review Editor, 2009 - present
    Press event coverage, product reviews, and consumer tech news.
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Birthday
October 2
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Stef
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Collection of atoms. Reviewer. Student. Gamer. Reader.
Introduction
Tech writer, entrepreneur, avid reader, home-schooled, photographer, gamer, etc. 18. 
Education
  • Victory Collegiate High School
    2011 - 2015
  • Home-schooled
    2004 - 2011
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