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NuForce Primo 8 Quad-Speaker Earphones Review (Part 1)
The California-based firm NuForce is probably best known within the high-end community for its innovative and very high-performance preamplifier and power amplifier designs.
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 Review
Samsung tried to give the Tab Pro 10.1 a premium look by including a metal trim between the front panel and the back, and replaced the cheap-looking glossy rear with a faux-leather material that we first saw on the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition. I
Sony Xperia Z1 Compact Review
On paper, the Sony Xperia Z1 Compact is a dream come true for most. It has comfortable dimensions for one-handed use, specs worthy of being the former flagship's mini sibling, and waterproofing. The question now is how all these will wort together in producing the ideal compact.
Fresh Impressions Oppo Find 7a Review
After months of rumors and high anticipation of Oppo landing in the Philippines, the China-based smartphone manufacturer finally saw the potential in our local market and launched its initial offerings. The Oppo Find 7a is one of the highlights, and is the subject of this review.
Fujifilm Instax Share SP-1 Review
Fujifilm's Instax series of film cameras helped bring back consumers' desire for instant photo prints. For some, however, the trouble was mastering the camera's abilities with the limited number of film available. Fujlfilm solves this with the introduction of the Instax Share SP-1.
Acer Aspire Switch 10 Review
Upon my first encounter, I wasn't shocked to discover that the Switch 10 is mostly plastic - at this price point, anything else would have been a surprise. As such, however, it doesn't appear very abuse resistant. It also seems thick for its overall size and (at 1.17kg) heavy for such a small device.
Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Office Mobile - Accessing Microsoft Office (part 4) - Places Options,Office Mobile Settings
As you’ve seen in the previous sections, the Places screen is designed to give you quick access to Microsoft Office documents stored in various locations.
Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Office Mobile - Accessing Microsoft Office (part 3) - Adding a SharePoint Folder , Searching for a Document
Although Windows Phone 8 automatically populates the team site with your Office 365 SharePoint folders, you might occasionally want to add SharePoint folders that are not a part of your Office 365 account.
Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Office Mobile - Accessing Microsoft Office (part 2) - The Places Screen
Windows Phone 8 devices enable you to save Microsoft Office documents in a variety of locations. In fact, the Office hub contains a Places page that you can use to access documents stored in various locations.
Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Office Mobile - Accessing Microsoft Office (part 1) - The Recent Screen
The Recent screen displays a list of the most recently opened Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents. You can tap on a document to open it, but other options are available if you tap and hold a document
New Generation Lenovo VIBE Z Review
The VIBE Z, or the K910, is the direct successor to last year's K900. As it is a direct descendant of the K900, the phone should, by default, be better than its predecessor since Lenovo would've had time to work out some of the quirks and even tweaked the VIBE Z.
Acer Liquid S2 Phablet Review
The screen itself has a 1920 x 1080 resolution with a pixel density of 397 PPI. With such a high resolution display, users can enjoy HD video content, as well as games without having to tone down the graphics quality.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition
Last issue we looked at the Samsung Galaxy NotePro 12.2, a 12in Android tablet with a stylus that’s too heavy and expensive. There is an alternative, though, in the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, a smaller, lighter, cheaper version.
Samsung Galaxy NotePro 12.2 (Part 2)
The NotePro 12.2’s keyboard is also far and away the best we’ve seen on a tablet. It’s simply fantastic, almost to the point where it’s as good as a regular external keyboard. It makes full use of the large display, with keys spaced apart well, and dedicated number keys are unendingly useful.
Samsung Galaxy NotePro 12.2 (Part 1)
With the NotePro 12.2, you'd have to be wearing a blindfold to miss it. Sporting a display oyer a foot long it's one of the biggest tablets we've ever seen, easily getting itself apart from high-end rivals and Samsung's own identikit white slabs.
New Smartphone Range From Kazam
Kazam is one of the newest smartphone brands on the block, and last month we provided you with a world-first review of its Thunder Q4.5 handset. It was a solid mid-range entry and a good first effort for a new name in an already crowded marketplace. Now the British firm is back with three upcoming ranges, all operating on the Android platform.
Lap Test – Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 12.2
In many ways, the Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 (SM- P900) bears a striking resemblance to the Note 3 and the Note 10.1 2014 Edition. Similar to the two devices, the new tablet is bordered with a grooved metallic frame and has a faux leather back cover with faux stitching.
Lap Test – Starmobile Engage 9i
It's impressive how far Starmobile has gotten with its Engage series of tablets. We remember reviewing the original 7-inch Engage back in 2012, which didn't impress us too much due to its sluggish performance and less-than-stellar build quality. After that, we experienced the Engage 8 Quad and its remarkable handling with a budget-friendly price; and now, we have the latest Starmobile slate in our hands, the Engage 9i.
ASUS 16GB MeMO Pad HD 8 Tablet
The MeMO Pad 8 is thicker and more curvaceous than the Nexus 7. Throw in an easy-to-grip surface, and this tablet is more comfortable to hold than the thinner Nexus, despite narrow borders on each side of the screen (when held in portrait mode). Another difference is that the MeMo Pad has a microSD card slot - useful for supplementing the built-in 16GB of storage or for downloading photos from a camera.
BT Home SmartPhone S
The BT Home SmartPhone S is a cordless landline phone that uses the Android operating system. This means you can use it not only to make phone calls from your landline number –like any other cordless phone – but also to browse the web, use apps and make video calls using the front-facing camera. Most intriguingly of all, BT claims that the Home SmartPhone S can also block nuisance calls.
Huawei Ascend Y530 with Simple Android Interface
Android smartphones priced around $165.82 are nothing new, but to date they have been utterly dreadful with shoddy build quality, slow processors and frustratingly laggy touchscreens. The Huawei Ascend Y530 isn’t nearly as flawed as previous $165.82 Android phones, but it’s still far from perfect.
G-Force Stunner – New Smartphone of Motorola (Part 2)
Storage is either 8GB or 16GB. That’s not amazing, and there’s no microSD slot, but you do get 50GB of Google Drive space, and Google Music, its storage-saving Spotify homage, is now well polished, and has the option to sync with your iTunes library.
G-Force Stunner – New Smartphone of Motorola (Part 1)
The Moto G is made by Motorola but the biggest influence here is Google, Moto’s owner and the main driver of the G’s Android OS. It takes the company’s Nexus concept of serving up top-quality hardware at low prices and really runs with it.
Samsung GALAXY NotePRO: The Professional Canvas
On the design standpoint, it would’ve been somewhat justified. While Samsung is still eschewing metal parts, the NotePRO is undoubtedly a well-designed tablet. Despite the hefty screen, the tablet is wondrously slim, light and solid.
The State Of Mobile Processors (Part 5)
The other huge benefit of implementing the same GPU architecture across both desktop and mobile platforms is that both get the same level of API support, thus making life so much easier for developers to port their desktop and console engines to mobile devices like smartphones and tablets.
The State Of Mobile Processors (Part 4)
With the exception of Texas Instruments who has turned its attention to embedded platforms instead, most of the app processor players that went up against Qualcomm in 2011 are still around today.
The State Of Mobile Processors (Part 3) - The SnapDragons of 2014
In the last quarter of 2013, we saw a flurry of devices (e.g. LG G2, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Sony Xperia Z1) carrying the 8974-AA version of the Snapdragon 800 that has a quad-core Krait 400 running at up to 2.26GHz, and we see this to continue for at least the first half of 2014.
The State of Mobile Processors (Part 2)
Barring any catastrophe, there will be new iPhones and iPads this year. Speculating the specs of Apple’s next A-series chip is for the most part an exercise in futility, but based on Apple’s track record, there are some things that we can safely expect.
The State Of Mobile Processors (Part 1)
Apple whipped the mobile industry into a frenzy with its 64-bit A7 chip last year. Since then, the consensus is that 64-bit SoCs will go mainstream this year. We think most of the battles that are to come in the next 12 months will be fought on the GPU front instead.
Phablet Phone Shootout Super Sized Phones (Part 4) - Samsung Galaxy Note 3
Typical of Samsung phones, the Note 3 has a removable battery. Located above the battery are the micro-SIM and micro-SD card slots. You can use micro-SD cards of up to 64GB if you find the 32GB internal storage too little.
Phablet Phone Shootout Super Sized Phones (Part 3) - NOKIA Lumina 1520
The Lumia 1520 retains the familiar unibody polycarbonate design that Nokia has retained so well in its line-up of Lumia devices. What you see and feel is a sturdy and vibrant polycarbonate shell that is dressed in four colors (yellow, white, black and red).
Phablet Phone Shootout Super Sized Phones (Part 2) - LG G Flex
The G Flex’s curved 6-inch display is undeniably the top design feature. LG claims the curvature improves call quality although we were unable to discern any difference during actual usage. The curvature also doesn’t feel any more comfortable in hand or against the face than a regular smartphone.
Phablet Phone Shootout Super-sized Phones (Part 1) - HTC One Max
The 5.9-inch One Max is a larger version of the 4.7-inch One with the same design traits that has garnered positive reviews. It is made of anodized aluminum with a brushed and smooth textured back, with the dual front-facing speakers.
Mini Tablets Small Screen Wonder Tabs (Part 2)
Android can be a scary place. But hush now, stop bawling into your settings menu. Here’s Amazon with a just-about-Android tablet that’s as friendly as iOS, bursting with digi-stuff to buy and better-specced than Google’s finest.
Mini Tablets Small Screen Wonder Tabs (Part 1)
The Nexus 7’s display is a beauty – crisp, with excellent contrast, color and viewing angles. But the 7in/17.7cm size is only good for so much. If you want bigger, LG’s gorgeous G Pad 8.3 is our fave 8in/20.3cm ’Droid.
An OPPO Opportunity Not To Be Missed
OPPO is a smartphone brand that many local tech enthusiasts have been looking forward to seeing here in Malaysia. The company has made significant strides in the American and Asian markets, so it was only a matter of time before they decided to open a branch here in Malaysia.
HTC One Max: One Large Smartphone
When HTC released their One in March last year, it was the talk of the town and also picked up numerous awards around the world due to its design and innovative features. From there on, HTC created two different versions of the One; the One Mini and now we have the One Max, for those who prefer larger displays.
Nokia Lumia 1020 41 Megapixels Of Awesome
Nokia has quite a strong hold in the mid-to-low range market, but the high-end market seems to have always eluded the Finnish phone makers, despite their best efforts. One of their latest high-end Lumia, the Nokia Lumia 1020, aims to cater to a certain consumer segment, and are doing it with aplomb.
Windows Phone 7 : Integration into the Game Framework (part 2) - Updates to the GameHost Class
The game framework's GameHost class needs a small enhancement to support rendering matrix objects. This takes the form of the DrawObjects function.
Windows Phone 7 : Integration into the Game Framework (part 1) - The MatrixObjectBase Class
MatrixObjectBase is an abstract class that derives from GameObjectBase. It provides useful properties and functions that we might want to use within our derived game object classes (though in many cases they will be insufficient in isolation and will require additional object-specific properties to be added to the derived classes).
 
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