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Lumia 640 Full Review: The Affordable Jack of All Trades

Lumia 640 was introduced earlier this year, along with Lumia 640 XL, its bigger brother. Their introduction shows Microsoft’s strategy in focusing on the budget phone market. After pushing so many low end devices into the market, Is there any space left for the new Lumia 640 and how does it compare to the rest of the pack? Or is it “just another Lumia”? I have used the Lumia 640 for 2 weeks and here are my thoughts on it.


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Windows 10: To wait or not to wait? That is the question.

With Windows 10 release date drawing closer on July 29th, we have a look at the top reasons you might want to get this immediately or just let the early adopters iron out any bugs while you are safely in your Windows 7 or 8.1 machine. Note that the July 29th release date is only for Windows Insiders, people who are already beta testing Windows 10. Everyone else has to wait for Microsoft to make it available to them via the Windows 10 reservation system. So when the option is available for you to upgrade to Windows 10, do the benefits outweigh the risks?


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Reservation for OnePlus 2 available ahead of its launch

OnePlus 2 is probably one of the most hyped phone in 2015. You just can’t ignore it if you are following tech news everyday. OnePlus 2 is not officially launched yet at this moment. However, OnePlus has released the some information of their new phone a little by a little before the launch to attract our attention.


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Xiaomi Mi Note available soon in Malaysia, 2015 Flagship with 2014 Specifications

Finally the wait is over. Xiaomi’s flagship phablet, the Mi Note, will be available in Malaysia starting on 28th of July. However, there is still no news for the availability for higher-end Mi Note Pro. Both phablets were launched in January 2015 and it took Xiaomi 6 months to bring the Mi Note to Malaysia. It is not hard to imagine why the consumers and the MiFans in Malaysia are getting impatient.


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Lightning Saver Review: An accessory to save your Lightning cable

Apple’s Lightning cable is well-received due to its compactness and reversibility while plugging in. However, its durability fall shorts of expectation and there were tonnes of complaints regarding breaking cables. Lightning Saver is an accessory launched under Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign which aims to solve the problem. So does it work as it promises?


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iOS 8.4 is all about Apple Music

Apple has released iOS 8.4 to all the iOS devices and the new update is all about delivering Apple Music to the masses. Apple Music is the company’s music streaming service which was introduced back in WWDC 2015.


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Gmail now allows you to retract sent email right after you send it

Have you ever sent an email  and regret it seconds after you click on the send button? Google’s Gmail has a new feature called “Undo Send” to save you from trouble or embarrassment. The feature is exactly what its name suggested. It allows you to call back your email shortly after you sent the email by clicking the undo button.

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Google places security & privacy controls for all services into My Account hub

It is hard to deny that most of us are very dependent on services provided by Google. Google Search, Gmail, YouTube, Google Drive, Photos are just some of the services we used. Even though we know how important the security and the privacy are, managing settings for all these services are extremely troublesome. The fact that the services are intertwined and Google did not make it transparent enough really stops most people from checking the settings properly to protect themselves. Whether that was intentional or not, Google is changing that. Right now, you can control the settings for various services right in a huge, huge hub.

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Microsoft Lumia 535 Full Review: Another Cheap Lumia That Is Not Bad At All

Lumia 535 was launched at the end of last year and it was the first Lumia to carry Microsoft’s brand name after Microsoft completed the acquisition of Nokia’s Devices and Services division. Despite having an affordable price tag, it came with respectable specifications, at least on paper. So how does it perform in real life and can it live up to the high expectation of being the first Microsoft Lumia?

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Xiaomi USB Portable WiFi Review

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While WiFi connections are getting more and more common these days, there are still places that can only provide reliable Internet connection over the Ethernet port. With poor or the total absence of WiFi signals, much of our mobile devices will be quite useless. Therefore, using a computer with a stable Internet connection as a WiFi hotspot is certainly a good idea. There are a lot of software which utilize the WiFi module present in the computer to share the connection. However, some of them can be quite unreliable or expensive. So here’s where the Xiaomi Portable WiFi plays its role.

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