Category Archives: Tech

Jeremy Lin’s TAG Heuer Connected Watch

Working in Silicon Valley and as part of my job, I’ve checked out and played around with a few smartwatches. Personally, I can’t say that I’m a big fan of them – having to charge an extra device, and most … Continue reading

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The Today Show: Love with Food’s Aihui Ong – After divorce, woman turns love of food into booming business

I met Aihui Ong, Founder & CEO of Love with Food (“Snack Smart. Do Good.”), a subscription box snack business at some Silicon Valley networking event probably back in 2011 when she was first starting her business. I’ve always had … Continue reading

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Asian American Commercial Watch: Verizon Wireless – “Finally” Samsung Galaxy S6 I’m not a Verizon Wireless subscriber, though after seeing Verizon’s commercials, sometimes I wonder if I should be, since with my current carrier, my 4G LTE data coverage often sucks and am amazed that I get switched to 3G … Continue reading

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Asian American Commercial Watch: Best Buy’s “Upgrade Your Tech With Windows” Just like ‘Fresh Off The Boat,’ it’s always nice to see an Asian American family being viewed on television. In this particular case, a young couple with a recent newborn looking to purchase a new Windows-based 2-in-1 laptop. We … Continue reading

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Mini-Review of ‘The Interview’ & How Randall Park became Kim Jong-Un

Unless you have been living under a rock and haven’t heard of the events of the past month or so, alleged North Korean hackers hacked Sony’s computer networks – threatening to do more damage beyond releasing leaked emails and copies … Continue reading

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8Asians Founder Ernie Hsiung Named to Miami Herald’s “20 Under 40” List

Congrats to 8Asians Founder, Ernie Hsiung for being recognized for his work in Miami to facilitate civic engagement through technology. From Miami Herald: Ernie Hsiung is on a mission to build Miami’s tech community by creating networking opportunities for software … Continue reading

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Priscilla Chan Gives First Television Interview

Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy At the end of May Priscilla Chan – most known for being Facebook founder & CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s wife – gave her first television interview ever, on the … Continue reading

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Doodle 4 Google 2014 Winner: Audrey Zhang

On Monday, June 9th, Google had a new doodle on their homepage. That doodle was part of an annual competition. Google held their 7th annual “Doogle 4 Google” competition where they asked kids in K-12 tell Google what they’d like … Continue reading

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New York Times’ Profile on Silicon Valley Judge Lucy Koh

If you’re in the smartphone industry, you know that Samsung and Apple have been suing each other over patent infringement for the past few years, and the case happens to be overseen by Silicon Valley based judge and coincidentally, Korean … Continue reading

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Karen “Dance In A Year” Cheng Startup Creates Platform For Anyone To Learn A Skill In 100 Days

This past July, Karen X. Cheng’s video of her learning to dance in 100 days went viral. Since then, from what I’ve read in TechCrunch, Cheng has started a new company with a co-founder called Give It 100 – “Practice … Continue reading

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Asian American Commercial Watch: GoldieBlox’s “Princess Machine” & The Beastie Boys Back in November, it took a few days after I saw this Internet video being posted by my technical or engineering educated female friends on Facebook before I got around to watching it – and I loved it. The … Continue reading

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Apple Factories in America: Plenty of East Asians in Tech, but Few in Upper Management

by Leeland Lee After its recent I.P.O. filing, Twitter provoked an outcry over the lack of women among its board of directors and senior management. Time Magazine declared that “Twitter’s all-male board spells failure,” while The New York Times pointed … Continue reading

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