A year ago, Tesco entered the arena with its own brand tablet, the Hudl. Unlike other low-cost Android tablets, the Hudl had one big difference: it was good. Good enough to come top in a group test of budget tablets that I wrote last year. And now it is ready to launch its second device,… [Click for more]
A new flagship every six months? Par for the course for Sony Mobile, but it seems that might be about to change in 2015.
Great news Amazon Prime customers! Amazon has now made its Prime Instant Video app available to any Android device (well, any device running Android 4.0 or greater).
Although the Fire phone hasn’t been a runaway success in the US since its release, Amazon is pushing ahead with a UK launch at the end of September with an exclusive deal with O2.
Amongst all the new Android-based announcements, Microsoft used IFA to announce two more Windows Phone products, some new accessories, plus news of the next big Windows update, Lumia Denim. I went along to Microsoft’s UK offices to find out more.
No you haven’t stumbled upon an old article. It’s very much September 2014, even if Motorola has opted to announce two new handsets today with the same name as those released a year ago, namely Moto G and Moto X – the second generation. Motorola also gave more information about its forthcoming… [Click for more]
Our friends at Btekt have been hands-on with some of the new Sony devices and posted their videos already, even as the products are still being announced at IFA.
It’s nice to see that prepay users are now being offered the chance to enjoy 4G (Vodafone recently allowing its own prepay users 4G access), and having been first to offer superfast speeds to pay as you go users, EE has now made some further tweaks this morning. With immediate… [Click for more]
Not long to go until all the new Xperia devices are announced, along with a new QX range of attachable camera lenses, and new wearables are unveiled. But, for now, here are some official press photos that were obtained by Xperiablog.net ahead of the press event that can be watched here…. [Click for more]
Sony will unveil its latest range of flagship Xperia devices at IFA next week, thought to be the Xperia Z3, Z3 Tablet Compact, and Z3 Compact.
How annoying is it to be held in a queue for customer service to keep being told how valuable your call is? Well, it seems your call might now be a lot more valuable than you ever imagined. And if you think my headline is a little too Buzzfeed, think again.
Moto 360 Smartwatch: More pics and specifications Even as a very happy Pebble user, I am really excited about this forthcoming smartwatch and can’t wait to get one to test. Hopefully not too long to go now.
Next month, Samsung will use the massive IFA exhibition in Berlin to unveil the Note 4, a top-spec device that is likely to be the most impressive announcement at the show, and possibly one of the most significant releases of the year. But before then, it is expected Samsung will also unveil a… [Click for more]
Last month, Three started trials of its new Wi-Fi calling service called inTouch. Today that service goes live for Android and iOS users, and it can already be downloaded now so you’ll be ready to go immediately!
Pocketnow has a preview and detailed explanation of the upcoming AnTuTu 5 benchmarking app, which will now test a new range of hardware and software features, including the ‘new’ Android runtime (ART).
A sad day, but not in the slightest bit surprising. Even Elop’s letter to his staff was just as I’d have expected – but of course he’s done quite well for himself out of the whole relationship with Nokia. Find out more here: http://www.theverge.com/2014/7/17/5911909/microsoft-kills-off-its-nokia-android-phones Personally, I can’t wait until Nokia… [Click for more]
Three drops unlimited tethering on new SIM-only tariffs, and what it means to new and existing customers
You knew it was coming. We knew it was coming. What nobody knew was exactly when, but that time appears to be now – or certainly this week. (Edit: No, it’s now!)