Monthly Archives: July 2011

Using your phone abroad is set to get cheaper

As the summer holiday season approaches, the matter of the cost of using your mobile device abroad is set to be a bigger issue than ever. Smartphone and tablet use has exploded in the past year, and many people will … Continue reading

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Many more companies launch their own tablets

The last time we took a look at the tablet market it was all about Apple’s iPad and the first wave of tablets running Android 3.0 – otherwise known as Honeycomb – which is specially designed for tablets, as opposed … Continue reading

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Facebook gets video calling, and more competition

Social networking got a big video boost recently, with the launch of Facebook video calling and Google+. The Facebook video service is delivered in partnership with Skype, which was recently snapped-up by Microsoft. It’s designed to work with the existing … Continue reading

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Why you should avoid Nokia’s new smartphone

Finnish mobile phone giant Nokia has been having a tough time of it for the past year or so. As smartphones grow ever more popular, two dominant software platforms have emerged – Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android – neither of … Continue reading

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The Internet TV arrives at last

The mobile device revolution has been defined by the introduction of full Internet access for mobile phones and the consequent introduction of the tablet – which in most cases is essentially a smartphone with a larger screen. Once a device … Continue reading

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Keep your eyes peeled for Acer laptop deals

PC maker Acer recently announced it was going to write-off millions of dollars from its European operations after it uncovered some abnormalities in the amount of its products being held in warehouses around Europe. The money is being given to … Continue reading

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