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Alvin Cheng
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I was born and grew up in Hong Kong. After graduation, I began travelling in other countries, in order to explore different cultures and cities and even myself. Besides travel, photography and information technology are also my interests.
I was born and grew up in Hong Kong. After graduation, I began travelling in other countries, in order to explore different cultures and cities and even myself. Besides travel, photography and information technology are also my interests.

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A smartphone has become an important part of everyday life. It's a powerful computer on the palm of our hand with so many great uses and convenience. It can solve a lot of problems while it can ruin our lives. Life can be made easier while life can be more difficult too!

There are so many articles about the ways of outsmarting your smartphone. I have thought of, and tried many different methods to achieve it. Instead of providing tips, I here raise three questions to let readers think about your smartphone clearly, as well as make use of it better.

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Ping Che (坪輋) is a village with farms situated near to Fanling, one of the town centres in northeastern Hong Kong. It has become special and famous among Hong Kong citizens, as the villagers and citizens are trying their best to make it as a lovely and meaningful place, including continuous artist works everywhere, allowing visitors to write their comments, selling local snacks and vegetables.

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Photos by Sony Xperia Z3 Compact, my friend's new camera
(with stock camera app, 8 megapixels, manual mode: ISO was set before those shots)

The camera is not that bad if you are willing to explore all the functions and learn how to take with it with manual settings. 

However, the 20 megapixels do create heavy workload for its GPU...
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一個系統由封閉變開放,另一個由開放變封閉?

//iOS was the opposite. If you don’t install any apps on your iPhone there isn’t a ton that you can do. Hence the need for apps and the massive App Store that followed. Right now Android is closer to iOS on the spectrum, but it is quickly filling up with more Google apps. As we’ve found out in our Phan Favs polls, Android users are flocking to Google’s own app offerings. This is good for Google, but it could be bad for the future of Android. Developers are the life blood of any successful ecosystem.//

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