When Microsoft purchased Nokia as part of a $7.17 billion deal back in 2014, many considered to represent a new beginning for the smartphone brand. More specifically, the mobile brand was suddenly poised for a significant overhaul, with Microsoft keen to develop an array of Windows Phones that could compete with Apple and Android handsets. […]Read more "The Revival of a Classic: This Years’ Nokia 3310"
Who would have thought it, NoPhone are now a proper business operating in New York City. The product is simple enough, it’s a solid piece of black plastic that has the look of a Smartphone, but it’s not a phone at all and therefore no SIM card is required either. The NoPhone is on special […]Read more "How Do You Fancy 20% Off The NoPhone?"