Samsung SSD and Crucial SSD ON Sale

If you need a SSD for your computer, it is good time to grab one now. Looks like Samsung and Crucial are clearing some SSD models now (in 2018 Aug).

You can either check your local store, or buy online below:

1: In US, Crucial MX500 SSD on sale. Note they are not MX300.

This is the SALE LINK.

2: In Canada, Crucial MX300 SSD on sale.

This is the SALE LINK.

3: In Canada, Samsung 860 Evo SSD on sale.

This is the SALE LINK.

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How to Install Google Play Store on a Chinese Huawei Mate 10

If you have a Huawei Mate 10 Smart Phone which was from China. You will have to install Google Play Store to get apps such as YouTube, Google Map etc.

Installing Google Play Store is not a problem for Huawei Mate phone at all. You do not need to root the phone, just directly install Google Play Store on Huawei Mate 10:

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Huawei Surpasses Apple to be Ranked 2nd Place of Worldwide Smart Phone Sales in 2018 Q2

2018 Q2, The Chinese Giant IT company Huawei Shipped out 54.2 million Smart Phones with a 15.8% Market Share. Huawei surpassed Apple for the first time on Smart Phone sales. Due to the data from IDC, the top 5 company Worldwide Smart Phone Market are Samsung, Huawei, Apple, Xiaomi and OPPO.

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Documents When Travelling with Minor Child without My Spouse

In Canada, normally a child who is under the age of 18 is considered minor child. Minor children need related documents when they travel or travel with adults.

Here we try to collect information which are about what documents an adult must have when he/she is travelling with minor child without the spouse.

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If No Ad, Google Can NOT Give People Free Services

Google provides multiple IT services and products to people for free. For example: Email (Gmail), Online Office Applications (Google Docs), Cloud Storage (Google Drive and Google Photos), Map, Online Video Sharing (YouTube), Communication Platform (Handouts) etc. However, we should know any IT services and products can not long live without finances supporting. If Google does not have money to buy hardware servers, how can they provide so great YouTube, Google Docs, Google Photos services for free ?

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