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    Galaxy Z Flip: Everything we do and don’t know about Samsung’s Razr rival

    id=”article-body” class=”row” section=”article-body”> The bendable screen on the Galaxy Z Flip has lots of possibilities. Angela Lang/CNET Why stop at one foldable phone when you can have two? Following on last year’s much-anticipated Galaxy Fold, Samsung is back this week with the Galaxy Z Flip, a foldable device that uses a clamshell design similar to the Motorola Razr. We caught a glimpse of Samsung’s clamshell phone in an ad that ran during the Oscars, but we’ve been hearing about it for a while, sometimes referred to as the Galaxy Bloom. And on Tuesday, at the Samsung Unpacked event, we got official word that Samsung’s clamshell phone is coming this week.…

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    Building a Cheap House in the Philippines

    id=”mod_6963197″>I have read too many blogs where people have spent millions of pesos to build sub-standard house that ends up needing expensive maintenance. In my work, I see people with their hearts and budgets broken as they attempt to renovate or build a house. Quite often my advice comes post-disaster. So it is with this experience and after a lot of research that I started to build my own house in the Philippines five years ago. I kept the floor plan simple: three bedrooms, one bathroom, a lounge/family room, and a large eat-in kitchen with verandahs surrounding the entire house. The total area was 140 square metres. I built the…

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