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Modu Phone Review

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: February 24, 2010

You don’t need to spend a lot of time with the Modu phone to realize if it's for you or not. I guess it all boils down to how it fits with your lifestyle. Read: Modu Phone Review

Turn your Phone to a WiFi HotSpot

Relevance: 98%      Posted on: December 29, 2009

I've been using JoikuSpot for some time now and it's been one of the most useful apps on my mobile phone to date. The app basically turns your phone into a WiFi hotspot running on 3G internet. All you need to do is install JoikuSpot on your phone, run the app and select which internet connection to use (i.e. 3G). That's it -- it will then use the built-in WiFi of your phone to turn itself as an access point. I've posted another tutorial here before on how to share 3G internet of your laptop to other devices via WiFi

Modu Phone Review

Relevance: 78%      Posted on: December 4, 2009

You don't need to spend a lot of time with the Modu phone to realize if it's for you or not. I guess it all boils down to how it fits with your lifestyle. The first time I saw the Modu, I was a bit confused how one could comfortably use this phone with that very sparse physical keys. Turns out the phone gives you a virtual alphanumeric keypad for typing a message (reminds me of the virtual keyboard of PSP, only the Modu has alphanumeric). While most phones in the market  battle it out to be your primary mobile…

ZTE MF60 HSPA+ Pocket WiFi Review

Relevance: 76%      Posted on: September 8, 2011

We featured this HSPA+ capable mobile hotspot from ZTE a few weeks ago and we've finally gotten a review unit to test. Like many other pocket WiFi (MiFi) devices before it, the ZTE MF60 is one pretty kick-ass unit. If only it were more affordable. The ZTE MF60 looks like your typical portable mobile hotspot device -- small, lightweight, bar soap shaped 3G/WiFi router. Unlike the previous ones we've seen and reviewed here, this one actually supports HSPA+ networks -- just like the Tonino Lamborghini Tattoo stick and the Smart Bro Rocket. That means you can theoretically reach as fast…

HTC Windows Phone 8S Review

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: December 28, 2012


For the previous year, Nokia was running the Windows Phone show with its line of colorful entries in the market. Now, we see HTC trying to take hold of that same market with handsets like the 8S. Did the HTC Windows Phone 8S dress to impress? Read our full review after the break. Design and Construction There is no denying it. After so many years of black, white and gray, you'll feel very amazed with the design of the HTC Windows Phone 8S. HTC has implemented the color scheme in a very different manner. The device feels very nice to

Poll: WiFi or 3G for mobile usage?

Relevance: 74%      Posted on: June 18, 2009

My latest entry on the Nokia 5530 XpressMusic sparked a nice little debate on people's preference and usage behavior between WiFi and 3G on mobile phones. I thought it would be good if I asked my readers here which of the two modes of connectivity they often use. So our poll for this week -- WiFi or 3G: Which one do you often use with your phone? As usual, I've added a poll at the sidebar so you can submit your votes there but please leave a comment if you want to share your own usage behavior and why you…

HTC Windows Phone 8X Review

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: January 6, 2013

Last month we’ve given you a brief primer of the HTC Windows Phone 8x and we’ve recently posted the full review of its more affordable brother, the HTC Windows Phone 8s. Now let’s see if this taller handset is worth your extra cash in our full review after the break. Before we get into the actual review, we’d like to point out that the handset in focus is actually an engineering unit as confirmed by the gentleman from HTC who handed us the device. With this mind, the actual results of benchmark tests and/or battery life might be different from…

Modu Phone to become a Collector’s Item?

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: January 14, 2011

According to a news report from BGR, Modu Ltd. (makers of Modu phone, the smallest cellphone in the world) will be shutting down operations next month. We've had our chance to use the Modu phone before (see review here) and actually gave away a couple of them to our readers. Globe Telecom exclusively introduced the Modu phone in the Philippines back in September 2009 (went for about Php6,000 on a prepaid kit). With the death of the company, I think those Modu handsets will certainly become a collector's item. Anybody out there still using one of them?

G1 Google Android Phone Review

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: November 22, 2008

After a week of playing with Google and HTC's new Android phone, I can say that there's a huge promise with the platform. See unboxing photos here and specs here. Let's break it down to two main components and focus there -- hardware and operating system. Hardware Construction and Design. Off the bat, the G1 phone is hideous -- period. We've seen a lot of phones coming out of HTC but the HTC Dream is a really odd one. I think this model was conceptualized way back in 2003. And despite the plastic body, it still feels heavy and bulky…

T-Mobile G1 Android Phone in the Flesh

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: November 18, 2008

Managed to "borrow" one of the recently released T-Mobile G1 (a.k.a. Google Android Phone) and cooking up a full review. For the meantime, let me share some photos. The Google Phone is one of the oddest phone I've ever seen in terms of design and form factor. Even the mechanism for flipping out the keyboard is a bit unconventional. Took several shots of the phone together with the Nokia E71, iPhone 3G and Xperia X1 for some visual comparison. The G1 is indeed huge and bulky. Will be done with my review before the week ends so watch out for…