How old is your TV? Chances are it’s fairly old, although if you have just bought a new one, the average time of ownership is seven years,
One has to wonder if Three made a mistake by ‘announcing’ some pretty big news, which appears to have gone almost entirely unnoticed. That’s probably because I
The G3 was (and still is) an excellent smartphone, but it’s a competitive market and LG never really enjoyed the success that it deserved in the
It’s odd how some networks see value in SIM-only deals, while others appear to only offer them because Ofcom requires them to exist. TalkTalk has
Earlier today The Verge wrote a very interesting article about the new Apple Watch, revealing just how many people reviewing mentioned the same thing; that the new
This morning, BT finally got back into the mobile game with the (re) launch of BT Mobile, this time as an MVNO for EE –
Last year at Mobile World Congress it was easy for journalists to make jokes about the Galaxy S5 being anything but original, and full of gimmicks.
At 3pm UK time, Pebble unveiled its new smartwatch, called Pebble Time, and the company has returned to Kickstarter to attract investors in the watch that is
The Verge has today reported that Pebble shipped its one millionth Pebble at the end of 2014, as well as revealing plans to launch new
They say all good things come to an end, and users on Three’s One Plan will soon be told it’s game over, marking an end
A new flagship every six months? Par for the course for Sony Mobile, but it seems that might be about to change in 2015.
I’ve resisted writing anything about the latest Apple scandal, nicknamed ‘Bendgate‘, until now but it seems the problem could be a lot bigger than some
This year I didn’t go to IFA. No press trip, no pre-briefings under embargo with the opportunity to write everything up days before. So, like
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
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
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,
Samsung today announced the Galaxy S5 mini, the now de facto standard practice for the mobile industry.
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
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?