We had reports from a couple of users that their offline address book seemed to be out of date.
Recently, I switched from my ANZ credit card to a new Westpac one. Unfortunately, because it’s not a Westpac Mastercard, I don’t get to use Android Pay. Instead, I get the choice of Westpac’s own implementation of NFC Payments, or Samsung Pay. Westpac’s implementation, like Commbank’s, is not that great. When I set it up it […]
I’ve been a user of Exchange for my personal email for about six years now.
Today, November 1, is Lenovo’s 32nd birthday! To celebrate, I made and decorated some cookies to celebrate, because what better reason to make delicious baked treats?
Just before Christmas, I recieved a Yoga 900 from Lenovo! I’ve been using it for a while now, so it’s time for a review!
One month into using the Yoga 3 Pro – so it’s review time! I have to say, I am largely impressed with this beautiful piece of technology.
One thing that I realised I forgot to mention in my review of the Yoga Tablet 2 were the apps that I’ve been using on it. Oops! So, to rectify that, here’s my five Android apps that I can’t live without. Some of them may be available for iDevices and Windows devices as well, so […]
Before Christmas, I recieved two surprises from Lenovo – the Yoga 3 Pro, which I’ll review next week, and the Yoga 2 Tablet 10.1″. So, it’s been a month, time for a review!
I’ve recently been looking into changing plans, as I had been with Telstra for the previous four years and found that their new plans were poor value ($45\month for a BYO plan and only 500MB of data, 1GB if you pick the extra 500MB option? Optus has a plan for the same price with 2GB data.) […]
As mentioned in my previous post, I had received from Lenovo an IdeaPad U310 Touch. After having used it as my main laptop for the past couple of weeks, it’s now time to write a review of it.