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With the announcement of Windows 10 Microsoft is back on track.
I love the UI they have shown, this looks very promising. I especially like the new start menu with the tiles combination.
There was one thing missing though, not a word (or screenshot) of what they will do with the phones…
Source: Windows blog
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With the announcement of Windows 10 Microsoft is back on track.
I love the UI they have shown, this looks very promising. I especially like the new start menu with the tiles combination.
There was one thing missing though, not a word (or screenshot) of what they will do with the phones…
Source: Windows blog
ZoomInfo
With the announcement of Windows 10 Microsoft is back on track.
I love the UI they have shown, this looks very promising. I especially like the new start menu with the tiles combination.
There was one thing missing though, not a word (or screenshot) of what they will do with the phones…
Source: Windows blog
ZoomInfo
With the announcement of Windows 10 Microsoft is back on track.
I love the UI they have shown, this looks very promising. I especially like the new start menu with the tiles combination.
There was one thing missing though, not a word (or screenshot) of what they will do with the phones…
Source: Windows blog
ZoomInfo
With the announcement of Windows 10 Microsoft is back on track.
I love the UI they have shown, this looks very promising. I especially like the new start menu with the tiles combination.
There was one thing missing though, not a word (or screenshot) of what they will do with the phones…
Source: Windows blog
ZoomInfo

With the announcement of Windows 10 Microsoft is back on track.

I love the UI they have shown, this looks very promising. I especially like the new start menu with the tiles combination.

There was one thing missing though, not a word (or screenshot) of what they will do with the phones…

Source: Windows blog

For Mobizmag.no, I’ve tested the Bose Quietcomfort 25 for a while.

Pros

  • Fantastic noise-cancelling
  • The typical “Bose sound” is not so colored as before.
  • The fit on your head and around the ears is unmatched.

Cons

  • When noise-cancelling is turned of, they leak much more noise in than any other headphones I’ve tested.
  • The white headband is made of cloth and get dirty.
  • The volume buttons only work on iOS.

Windows Phone Central has done a size comparison between iPhone 6 Plus and the Lumia 1520.

Check out pictures and video at Windows Phone Central.

On another note; I love the green 1520, I wish Nokia/Microsoft would sell it in that color here in Norway too.

I’m generally not the biggest Samsung-fan, but the Galaxy Note Edge is really interesting. 

It’s the first attempt I’ve seen on curved screens that actually seems useful. 

What headphones do I use daily?

Right now I use some dead cheap (about €60) Tiny Audio H.3 headphones. Why? Because I sit every day on the subway back and forth to work, sometimes I use them, sometimes they just get thrown in my backpack.

These are cheap enough that I don’t really care if they get a bit scratched, while the sound is actually quite good.

They are extremely light weight despite the size, and fit my head very good. They are easy to take on and off fast without adjusting and because of the light weight you can actually run with them if you’re late for the train or something.

There is a mic on the wire with an phone/play/pause button that works with any smartphone. The wire is also encapsulated with a thick red thread, so it don’t get tangled up, and can take a beating.

I think they’re only available in Norway at them moment, but I recommend them highly if you’re looking for some cheap, but good headphones for your daily commute, or for your kids.

AKG Y50. I love the look of these, especially the blue ones.

I haven’t had a chance to listen to them yet though.