Broadband comparison site Broadband Genie, and PC Advisor, has just announced the results of its 2014 Mobile Broadband Road Trip, and it’s great news for Three!
Vodafone has taken its EuroTraveller service and taken it worldwide. The rather obviously named WorldTraveller service offers the same ability to use your UK minutes, texts, and data for a daily £5 fee.
Samsung today announced the Galaxy S5 mini, the now de facto standard practice for the mobile industry.
After recently using donkeys to celebrate the continued expansion of 4G service to smaller towns and villages like West Kirby, EE has today announced the use of cows to provide free Wi-Fi at Glastonbury festival – using EE’s 4G network of course.
EE has this morning announced trials of two new services to improve voice connectivity for its customers, including the introduction of Wi-Fi calling and voice over 4G (VoLTE).
As the summer holidays approach, Vodafone has announced today that pay as you go users can now benefit from its EuroTraveller service, for £2 per day, starting from 21st July.
An over the top headline? Nothing more than click bait? I disagree, and here’s my reasoning…
Amazon doesn’t hide the fact it sells devices designed to hook you into its retail-focussed ecosystem, but has it tried too hard with the Fire Phone announced today?
I’ve been a loyal SwiftKey user ever since it launched, and the Android replacement keyboard has been getting better constantly since its first release. After ending the latest beta, with the introduction of Emoji character support and new features like an always-on row of numbers, the great news is SwiftKey… [Click for more]
Three has today added five new destinations for its Feel at Home offering, where users can avoid roaming charges by simply using their existing tariff, as if they were at home.
Marques Brownlee is one of the top guys in tech at the moment, and he’s got a dummy model of the iPhone 6 as given to accessory manufacturers.
I’m sure it will all work out in the long run… I still can’t quite understand why.
Last week LG announced the official Quick Circle cover for the still unannounced LG G3, but just hours before that official unveiling, everything has been leaked. Not by some blogger with inside information, but rather LG Netherlands! And as of 0115 BST, it’s still on there.
LG announces Quick Circle case for G3 before the phone is announced Bit of a weird one this, but given the amount of leaks for the LG G3 (due to be announced on Tuesday May 27th), the case, the UI and just about everything else, perhaps LG has realised that… [Click for more]
New Sony software upgrade, including Android 4.4; KitKat, rolls for Xperia Z, Xperia ZL, Xperia ZR and Xperia Tablet Z
New Sony software upgrade, including Android 4.4; KitKat, rolls for Xperia Z, Xperia ZL, Xperia ZR and Xperia Tablet Z It has been a while coming (not helped by a few software issues along the way that delayed its roll out) but KitKat is now coming to most of the Xperia smartphones… [Click for more]
Given EE’s massive head start over the competition, its 4G network is coming on leaps and bounds. And today, EE has announced new mobile broadband tariffs, released three new 4G mobile broadband devices, plus a new own-brand tablet.
Today HTC has announced a smaller version of the HTC One (M8), but the phone is one of the many ‘mini’ phones that also cuts the specs, as if customers wanting a smaller phone don’t want the same performance.