News, Windows Phone

RIP: Microsoft to drop support for Rooms feature from March


In an email to users of Windows Phone 8’s Rooms feature, Microsoft has announced that from March 2015, Rooms will no longer be a supported feature on the company’s smartphone platform. While existing users will still be able to view shared photos, calendars and notes on Windows Phone 8 and 8.1, it will no longer


Android, Editorials, Featured, LG

Editorial: Revisiting the Nexus 4 in 2015


Nexus phones have not been officially sold in Singapore since the Samsung-made Galaxy Nexus, which makes them somewhat of a rare breed. When I had the opportunity to pick up a mint-condition Nexus 4 for just S$150, I naturally jumped at it and found myself with the very first LG handset I’ve actually owned. The


Editorials, Featured, Windows Phone

Editorial: I love Windows Phone


There is, without a doubt, a significant amount of negativity surrounding Windows Phone as we head into the end of 2014 and beyond. Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia’s devices division has arguably made the hardware situation worse in the short term, as ardent Windows Phone fans realize that there really hasn’t been a new flagship Windows


Android, HTC, Reviews

HTC Desire 510 Review


The low-end smartphone segment has been one of the most competitive spots in the overall market this year. It’s really quite amazing what one can accomplish with a budget offering these days; gone are the days when you really needed to shell out in order to get a decent experience. In this (surprise) review, I’ll


Reviews, RIM, Windows Phone

App Spotlight: BBM for Windows Phone


Once upon a time, there were three giants in the mobile industry as far as platforms were concerned. Nokia and Symbian dominated the smartphone landscape in most of the world, but in the United States the playing field mainly revolved around Microsoft with Windows Mobile and RIM with the BlackBerry. When the iPhone hit the


Accessories, Featured, Reviews

Jawbone Era Review


Jawbone is very much a company that was built on the business of Bluetooth headsets, and the Era is their newest flagship product. The first thing that one notices about the Era is its design, diminutive size and light weight; years of innovation and iteration in this product segment has seen Bluetooth headsets evolve from


Featured, Nokia, Videos, Windows Phone

Nokia Lumia 930 Unboxing [Video]


It’s no secret that the Lumia 930 has absolutely piqued my interest in the past few weeks, and a fluorescent orange specimen has finally crossed my review desk. You could think of the Lumia 930 as the direct successor of last year’s Lumia 925, given that it, too, is constructed from a mix of aluminium