November 5, 2010

Blackberry OS6 Review (Running on Bold 9700)

I maintain a Blackberry 9700 as my workphone as its combination of battery life, portability, security and quick messaging made it just that much more convenient than my Samsung Galaxy S. As much as I adore my Samsung, it is just like that sexy babe that is extremely high maintenance and needed your […]
October 18, 2010

2.1 Speaker System Review: Part 1

Introduction This is a quick review of my recent experience in shopping for a set of 2.1 speaker system in Malaysia. I spent a few good hours testing most of the speakers on display there (thankfully the shopping attendants were patient). Now I know that there are many other good systems out there, […]
October 6, 2010

Running out of Space on your HTC Desire/Android? Worry no longer!

***For the Geeks*** One of the main weaknesses with the HTC Desire is its low onboard memory at only 512 MB. After consuming 350 MB for the Android OS, there’s only about 150 MB + to store all your phone’s data and programs. With Froyo 2.2, they added the option to move applications […]
October 2, 2010

Why you shouldn’t go for an Android phone (unless you’re a geek) especially if you’re in Malaysia

I have been using my HTC Desire for a bit now and have clocked some hours on it. I’m pretty happy with it though I’m quite sure it won’t be the phone I will be recommending to most of my friends. Heck, I won’t even recommend an Android phone to anyone in Malaysia […]
July 29, 2010

Silverstone Noble Breeze NB01 Review: Unnecessary

I was in the market for buying a new laptop cooler in April 2010. I had been previously using the CoolerMaster Notepal Infinite and although I generally liked it, it did have some build quality issues where the connector from the cooler to the USB port on the laptop was rather fragile and […]
May 9, 2010

Little Wheel – Game Review: A very short game to while away a few minutes

10 minutes long but 9.21 megabytes of a pretty game much like a chocolate praline. Don’t expect to be challenged (it’s all a little too easy) but the cute designs, jazzy music make this a fun way to while away a few minutes. Don’t tempt yourself to use the walkthrough as the game […]
April 13, 2010

Kingdom for Keflings Review (PC)

Need a casual game to pass the time yet not have the stress of failing? Enjoy city building? Then this game might be worth a look at. Premise is that you’re a giant (of the friendly sort) that helps Keflings (clueless, single-minded people who like to wave at you when there’s nothing to […]
March 25, 2010

TM HSBB @ UniFi has bandwidth caps

Check this out…looks like unlimited broadband for Malaysian users might be a thing of the past with the new HSBB @ UniFi plans imposing a bandwidth limit. Somehow an unlimited 4 mbps Streamyx connection despite the higher price seems to be a better proposition for the heavy downloaders. Now the big question is […]