UAG Case for iPhone 6 Plus Review

Remember the time when you had no problems with a bulky casing (think of the likes of Griffin cases) to provide all-round protection to your phones, because your phone was so small for it to be of a concern? However, as phones have grown in size over the past few years, it may now be a little problematic if you wanted to use a similar casing – your big phone will become even bulkier. Will there even be space for it in your pockets? This is why I believe that as phones grow bigger, manufacturers will have to look at striking a balance between protection and portability. Here, we review the UAG Case for the iPhone 6 Plus, which I believe has indeed struck this balance I have been talking about.  Continue reading “UAG Case for iPhone 6 Plus Review”

Things you never knew your phone could do | NFC Part 1

In this brand new series, our editor Si Jie will be walking you through a series of things that you never knew your phone could do. Especially for Android users who fortunately get a more customisable software, some of these would definitely get more value out of that few hundred dollars you spend on that small gadget that sticks to you almost every second of the day.

The first series would feature the near-field communication, or NFC for short. Read on to find out more…

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OS X 10.10 Yosemite – Top new features

Named after the national park in California, senior VP Craig Federighi shared the story of how the team arrived at the name Yosemite as he took the stage at WWDC 2014, drawing laughter from the crowd. In this article, we’ll explore the new features of OS X 10.10 Yosemite.

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A Windows User’s Essential Guide to Using to Mac (And Windows on a Mac)

Fan of Windows? Me too. But sometimes our institution, workplace, or even school requires us to use a Mac. Or maybe you’re thinking of trying out a Mac yourself, but you’re afraid of leaving the familiarity and comfort of Windows. Fret not, this guide is here to help you.

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