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Review – Avantree NFC Bluetooth Stereo Headphones

Lars Klint

Last time I did a review, it was of the Avantree Hive Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Headphones, which I thought was great value for money.  So this time around I wanted … Continue reading


Melbourne Windows Phone Meetup

Lars Klint

I have for a while been looking to catch up with like minded Windows Phone and Windows developers in Melbourne. Apart from a few Microsoft and Nokia workshops, it has … Continue reading

Luna Park

Review – Avantree Hive Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Headphones

Lars Klint

Unboxing At first look the box is very small. I expected a decent size bulk, as the picture in the ad somehow conveys a certain mass. However, unpacking the headphones … Continue reading


What is new in Windows Phone 8.1 – The Best Bits

Lars Klint

I wasn’t lucky enough to go to //Build/ this year, but that didn’t prevent me from keeping a keen eye on the new goodies that were revealed and presented. I … Continue reading

Science Fair

5 Things You Didn’t Know Windows Phone Could Do

Lars Klint

Tonight I shared my thoughts on 5 things I thought most people wouldn’t know about. The event was What Do You Know in Melbourne, and I was last to give … Continue reading


Achievement Unlocked – Windows Phone Development MVP

Lars Klint

This morning there was awesome in my Outlook inbox on my Windows Phone. Over the last 8 months I have genuinely shown my passion for the Windows Phone ecosystem through … Continue reading

Sigma Stereo

Review: Intempo TableTop iTower Bluetooth Speaker

Lars Klint

First impression is that you get a lot for your money. For just over $30, this is an impressive box and weight. It actually feel like you have bought something … Continue reading

Salt Lake City

Free Market – The Wrong Way to Develop Windows Phone Apps

Lars Klint

[update]: I have been made aware that “Free Market” has been pulled from the store. As much as I would love to think this article had an influence, the important … Continue reading

Park City

Ten reasons to be a Windows Phone Developer

Lars Klint

1 DVLUP One of my favourite parts of being a developer is the DVLUP portal and network. Essentially it is a gamification initiative to provide encouragement and incentive to developers … Continue reading

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