Mobile News

18Mar 2014

Finally the scramble to find the right charger for your smartphone or tablet could be coming to an end. From 2017 manufacturers who sell mobile devices through-out the EU will be forced to use a common charging port from 2017. The regulation will become law in EU member states by 2016, with manufacturers than having […]

25Feb 2014

Forget the rumours. The Galaxy S5 is now official.   It’s powerful. It’s feature packed… but will itreclaim the title of the best smartphone in the world? The Samsung Galaxy 5 was launched at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona yesterday (Feb 24th 2014), and is a significant upgrade on its predecessor the S4. The Samsung […]

10Feb 2014

It would be a good bet that you currently own a smartphone, and if you do then you are most likely in the process of leaving behind a virtual map of your life… So when you come to upgrade your phone to the latest techy gadget, what happens to all of the information you thought […]

07Feb 2014

Channel 4 News Exclusive: Two of the UK’s largest pawn brokers are selling second-hand phones which still contain texts, photos, bank details and more, from their previous owners, Channel 4 News can reveal. The full channel 4 article can be found here. Our advice is to always remove any data from your mobile phone before […]

22Jan 2014
The LG G Flex has the world’s first curved phone screen and curved battery, giving a unique experience and the best battery life of any phablet. The LG G Flex has a huge 3,500mAh curved battery that’ll last up to 25 hours when making phone calls, or up to 560 hours when the phone’s on [...]
07Jan 2014

I was in a meeting this week talking about the new Nokia 1520 and happened to mention that the device is a Phablet, after some strange looks I realised no one knew what I was talking about hence the inspiration for this weeks blog! So what is it? well the definition is: Phablet is a class […]

20Dec 2013

  The pace at which new mobile phones are released show no signs of slowing, couple that with many new technologies in research or due for release in 2014 the future of mobile tech looks very exciting. But as we reach the end of the year it time to look back at the best of […]

05Dec 2013

EE is continuing its aggressive 4G roll-out by bringing the number of switched on UK towns past the 150 mark before Christmas. The ten new towns to receive the ultrafast network benefit from the 4th Decembers are Bath, Bournemouth, Brighton, Cambridge, Darlington, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Northampton, Poole, Portsmouth and Redcar. By Christmas, 19 new locations will be […]

22Nov 2013

Sometimes working from home is forced upon you by certain unavoidable conditions. Imagine you have an important meeting or presentation to submit at work and are stranded at home due to unfavourable weather or other circumstances. While the situation seems dramatic, there are still a host of mobile apps out there that could come to […]

14Nov 2013

First things first, the “G” stands for a generation of mobile technology, installed in phones and on mobile phone networks. Each “G” generally requires you to get a new phone, and for networks to make expensive upgrades. The first two were analog cell phones (1G) and digital phones (2G). Currently in the UK the majority […]