I have to admit this is a better update than I expected. Bigger and better display, better audio, KitKat with loads of new software features (most coming to the Z1/Z1 Compact in Q2 by the way), 4K video recording, bigger battery and lighter – oh and Snapdragon 801. […]
I list the things that most interest me at MWC, taking place next week.
If you downloaded Flappy Bird to see what all the fuss was about and have so far only managed to get a score of about 2 (which I’m still quite proud of), this video tutorial shows you how to master the game. (Via Dumb Stupid Videos)
It’s finally happening! Ordinary customers (as against staff, beta testers, engineers, journalists and bloggers) on Three are finding themselves able to use its new 4G network, subject to having a compatible handset and being in an area of coverage.
Nokia has for some time been keen to get Lumia handsets into the hands of bloggers and ordinary members of the public, but now it’s extending the offer of a trial handset (well, three handsets this time) to qualifying businesses.
Inq Mobile bites the dust
Tesco today announced it will no longer charge £2.50 extra per month to allow its customers to use 4G on its pay-monthly tariffs.
First Samsung and Google announce a pact, and now Motorola has been sold off to Chinese manufacturer Lenovo. What a week!
Patents. They pretty much confuse the heck out of me, and presumably most of you too. Not what a patent is, or what they’re for, but simply the whole mess that the technology industry as got itself into – especially when it comes to enforcement, appeals, and the […]