Nokia is now Microsoft’s

Microsoft has risen to buy Nokia for $7.2 million USD. It makes complete sense for this move to happen, even as market share for Windows Phones...

So what’s new in Android 5.0 Lollipop

Embargos are dropping on Android's newest operating system and people are itching to try out the new software. I, myself, have been testing the...

[Opinion] Mobile OS Market Share in the Bahamas

It's coming to the point where it seems BTC - Powered by LIME is ready to start up its engines yet again.  With the...

Google says “Bye-bye” to Key Lime Pie and “Hello” to KitKat

From almost the inception of Jelly Bean, many both internally and externally were using "Key Lime Pie" as the next name for Android.  Granted,...

Preorder the Samsung Galaxy S III from BTC NOW

I'll keep this one simple, short, and sweet.  Currently BTC is selling the Samsung Galaxy S III (I9300) for only $629, that's cheaper than...

Android’s Trusted Places isn’t so great, but why?

Imagine coming home, dropping off all your bags, changing off and then picking up your phone to see it's recognised your WiFi or location...

SAFE branded Samsung Galaxy S III vs RIM BlackBerry OS 10

I won't lie and say that it doesn't look like Samsung is looking to put RIM down with a quick one-two.  Here's the juicy...

The Mobile War Is Here – Part Two – The Ground Work

So, what has happened in the time we were stuck in 2G? Oh, nothing much.  Most of the world just started to push aside...

BTC unleashes the iPhone on the Bahamas

Well, it's finally here.  Kinda.  While BTC isn't promoting it outright, the fact still remains that if you walked into their store at the...

Build Your Bahamas: NFC

In my last post, I talked about a few technologies that we're missing here in the Bahamas. The first is NFC. NFC stands for...