Allistair Lee

Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Pocket Insider. Allistair has been a tech enthusiast since he was at the age of 15. His current interest includes Android smartphones and tablets, among many other devices.

October, 2015

  • 26 October

    All-in-One Card Wants Replace Your Wallet

    Most credit card holders are understandably reluctant to use their smartphone for transactions due to a variety of reasons. However, there might be a revolution coming soon that makes making payments easier than ever. All those credit, debit, and gift cards littered throughout the sleeves of your bifold will disappear. Either …

  • 22 October

    Review: Google Huawei Nexus 6P

    For the past five years, Google has released a Nexus smartphone per year, but this year, there are two Nexus smartphones, the LG Nexus 5X and the Huawei Nexus 6P. The Nexus 6P, the successor of the Motorola Nexus 6, features a sleek metal body and dual front stereo speakers, much like the …

September, 2015

  • 16 September

    Review: Myo Armband

    In recent years, the gesture-based control market has blossom. We have Microsoft’s Kinect and LeapMotion, both aimed at offering better user experience. And then comes the Myo Armband. If you have not heard of the Myo Armband, you must not miss it. The armband works by monitoring the change of bioelectricity, which …

  • 2 September

    Review: ZAGG Pocket

    We first saw the ZAGG Pocket during CES 2015 with a little hands-on. The ZAGG Pocket keyboard is actually more versatile than most pocket keyboards out in the market, being that it also works with smartphones and tablets running iOS, Android and Windows Phone via Bluetooth. Let’s review the features of ZAGG Pocket again …

May, 2015

  • 29 May

    Google I/O 2015: Project Brillo

    Google is making a big move in the Internet of Things (IoT) world, with the announcement of a platform capable of connecting objects and allowing them to talk to one another in the cloud. Codenamed Project Brillo, the IoT platform is based on Android, but it is scaled back. This means connected devices …