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  • Will fragmentation of Android harm the software platform?

    by Administrator
    It’s no secret that Google have big plans for the mobile industry, as they have gone on record as saying that see the mobile phone as more important than the desktop PC, and as such, that is where their focus lies. However, they face a potential problem with their mobile operating system, as Engadget columnist […]
  • Heavy Rain - the art of video games becomes even more cinematic

    by Administrator
    It’s fair to say that the video game industry is completely different, in 2010, to the way it started out in the late seventies and early eighties. However, the fundamental difference is not in terms of technology, although, of course, video games technology has improved exponentially over the years. The biggest difference between then and […]
  • Is Android stealing the future of tablets from Apple?

    by Administrator
    There has been a lot of talk, recently, about the Apple iPad, with many people saying it’s going to revolutionise not just the computer industry, but other industries such as publishing and news media. Whether it will achieve that goal or not is debatable, but one thing it has achieved is to get people talking. […]
  • 10 iPhone Apps they Haven't Invented Yet

    by Corinne Webb
    10 iPhone Apps they Haven’t Invented Yet Apparently over 100,000 individual iPhone apps have been created; and according to AdMob your average iPhone user downloads 9 apps per month. So, you would be forgiven for thinking that the market is pretty well covered… But sadly not. We are still holding on for these babies to be launched… […]
  • Could OLED screens could quietly revolutionise our mobiles?

    by Administrator
    There are many technologies in the world which do not get a lot of press. While things such as operating systems (for example, Windows Phone 7 Series, Windows 7, Mac OS X or the iPhone OS) get a lot of press coverage, other hardware or software technologies such as hard drives, get very little coverage, […]
  • Week in view - a retrospective on the Mobile World Congress 2010

    by Administrator
    The Mobile World Congress is the most important date in the mobile calendar, and the week-long conference has, since changing its name for the 3GSM World Congress, this event has gone from strength to strength, with most manufacturers treating it as the perfect opportunity to launch their most exciting new mobile phones. This year’s Mobile […]
  • Social networking - the key factor that drives mobile usage?

    by Administrator
    Over the past twelve months, there’s been a notable increase in the number of high-end mobile phones hitting the market, or a ‘smartphone boom’, as many commentators have called it. At the same time, mobile phones are being used more and more to access the internet, as people move away from their desks, and starting […]
  • Does the 'perfect' mobile phone exist?

    by Administrator
    Everyone has a different idea on what makes for the perfect mobile phone, and it’s probably a fair summary to say that if you asked everyone in the UK what their ideal mobile phone would be like, you would most likely get a lot of different answers. With mobile phones growing ever more powerful, an […]
  • Choose the best satnav for your car

    by PYB James
    Despite the advancement in and popularity of satellite navigation (Satnav) technology in the UK, many people still remain unsure whether and how to choose a satnav that suits their driving needs. First of all, you have to understand what a satnav does in order to decide whether you need it for your car. GPS is […]
  • iPhone and free applications

    by Corinne Webb
    For those who have bought an iPhone and are ready to enjoy a world of 3G applications and web-based services, not many have the time and resources to research on the applications that are both useful to them and free to download. The following is a brief guide on some free, easy-to-use and popular applications […]
  • Life powered by iPhone

    by Corinne Webb
    Introduced in January 2007, iPhone has caught on rapidly and brought digital technology into a whole new smartphone era, attracting over 57 million iPhone users worldwide. Given the ingenuity of iPhone and its strong performance in mobile communication, information and entertainment, it is unsurprising how everyone – not just business executives – is willing to […]
  • Damaged iPhone? You are not alone

    by Corinne Webb
    iPhone users may well be dedicated followers of fashion (or rather, of apple products), upgrading their iPhone with every new release, but many users find their phone comes to a rather premature end – one that’s unexpected and often leads the user to a state of utter despair. Yes, as many as a third of […]
  • Apple iOS 4.3 beta released

    by PYB James
    The beta test of the latest iteration of Apple’s mobile operating system has been released to developers, with many of the tested features revealing Apple’s future plans for the iPhone and the iPad. Among the most exciting news was the inclusion of a Personal Hotspot feature, which allows iPhone owners to use their handset as […]
  • Techno Britain forgets how to remember

    by Corinne Webb
    More than a quarter of the UK population cannot remember their spouse’s phone number[1], a survey commissioned by Protectyourbubble.com reports today. What happens in an emergency if your bag has been lost or stolen? Most people would reach for their mobile … but if it’s gone and you need to use a public phone, who […]
  • Are you a loser?

    by Corinne Webb
    Am I a loser? is one of the most important questions to ask yourself when thinking about mobile or iPhone insurance, closely followed by Am I a klutz? advises online insurance provider, Protectyourbubble.com. “People thinking about taking out cover should work out what’s the realistic risk that they’ll lose or damage their phone,” recommends Stephen ...
  • Press Release: Upwardly mobile Brits

    by Corinne Webb
    It’s official – Brits are addicted to their mobile phones. Research from Protectyourbubble.com reveals that 88% of us don’t leave home without taking our mobile with us, which means that there are a staggering 53,658,000 mobiles carried in bags and jammed in pockets out on the UK’s streets every day. We’re more likely to take ...

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