Srinivas Malladi, Youthlink Writer

It's difficult for many of us to imagine a time in Jamaica when smartphones weren't around, but before the iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy S4 - even before the Motorola Razor V3 and the BlackBerry Quark - there was the Nokia. For many Jamaicans, in the early 2000s the king of mobile phones was the Nokia 3310, aka the 'Indestructible Nokia'.


LIVE by JN: for SMS technology and online cell phone top-up

Today's youth have grown up in a world that is very different from that of their parents. Young people today are comfortable with the use of technology, and have grown up using digital media, computers, mobile phones and the Internet.

Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) has embraced this concept with its online banking portal, LIVE by JN, allowing JN members to save time and manage their money better.

The Sony PlayStation 4 review

Payton H. Wilmott, Youthlink Writer

Tablets for the young and old

Payton H. Wilmott, Contributor

I WAS fortunate enough to have two tablets on my desk last week, for review purposes, of course, and each is geared towards a different audience. The tablets about which I speak are the Polaroid 7" Kids Tablet and the Lenovo Yoga 10. Let's get this review on the way and begin with the Lenovo Yoga 10.

Lenovo Yoga 10