Category: Opinion

Is this the real, final, irreversible, ultimate demise of BlackBerry?

I’ve assumed it before, and still BlackBerry has continued in some form or another, but the statement issued today doesn’t sound promising for the future of BlackBerry. While a lot of people have long since moved on from using a BlackBerry, despite almost certainly having fond memories of owning and… [Click for more]

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Huawei goes all in with Huawei Mobile Services to offer a Google alternative

My relationship with Huawei goes way back. Back to a time when they were unknown by most consumers (just like HTC) but the company behind a considerable number of products people used all the time. My first real involvement was working on a supplement magazine featuring Huawei data products, amongst… [Click for more]

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Motorola Razr Hands-On: You know it’s expensive. You still want one. [Updated for pricing]

Yesterday I got a chance to have a play with the Motorola Razr built for a new generation, featuring an exceptional folding display. With pricing rumoured to be upwards of £70 £99 per month on a 24-month contract when it goes on sale exclusively with EE in the new year,… [Click for more]

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The new Motorola Razr with folding screen: Not the first premium Motorola and certainly not the last

Motorola has brought back the iconic Razr, and this time it has a folding screen that replaces the laser-etched keypad of the original. Exclusive to Verizon in the USA, priced at $1499, and EE in the UK (price not yet announced), it isn’t going to be cheap phone. However, it… [Click for more]

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