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Samsung Galaxy S III: Review of rumours, features, pictures and specs

Samsung Galaxy S III: Review of rumours, features, pictures and specs

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The Samsung Galaxy S 3 is one of the biggest gadgets of 2012. With its predecessor topping the Android charts in the previous year and pretty much sweeping up all the best mobile phone awards it could find, it’s of little surprise that the world has... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Namco Arcade review (iPad and iOS)

APP OF THE DAY: Namco Arcade review (iPad and iOS)

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The Xbox Live Arcade isn’t the only arcade still kicking around these days. In fact, with today’s App of the Day on Pocket-lint, you can download an arcade all of you own.Namco Arcade Platform iPad and iOS Price Free(ish) Where iTunes Downloading... >>

Samsung Galaxy S III: 21 leaked pictures and concepts, but are any the real deal?

Samsung Galaxy S III: 21 leaked pictures and concepts, but are any the real deal?

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The Samsung Galaxy S III is set to be unveiled in what is now more a matter of hours than days. As ever, it's been one hell of a run in the build up, with rumours specs and supposed details flying around on an almost daily basis.One of our favourite... >>

Fable Heroes
3.5 stars

Fable Heroes

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The key part of any video game is in the gameplay; nothing more, nothing less. If you don’t get that right, then it doesn’t matter how clever the rest of the work that you’ve done is. It simply won’t be a hit, and therein lies the problem of Fable... >>

APP OF THE DAY: StumbleUpon review (Android and iOS)

APP OF THE DAY: StumbleUpon review (Android and iOS)

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The internet is a vast and cavernous place. In fact, it’s often so very big that it’s impossible to find anything of interest at all. With absolutely anything you can think of available to read about online, it’s sometimes difficult to think of... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Basket Buddy by HUKD review (Android and iPhone)

APP OF THE DAY: Basket Buddy by HUKD review (Android and iPhone)

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A double-dip recession isn’t the best news the British public has had of late, but we can help you out with a silver lining here on App of the Day at Pocket-lint. Technology is on hand to stretch your pounds as far as they’ll go but, even if you’re... >>

Apple iCloud vs Google vs Amazon Cloud Drive vs Dropbox vs Microsoft SkyDrive

Apple iCloud vs Google vs Amazon Cloud Drive vs Dropbox vs Microsoft SkyDrive

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It’s been a busy time for cloud storage and music services and Apple’s launch onto the scene with Apple iCloud has officially declared it global war. The lines have begun to blur as to what you own, where you own it and just how much you have to pay... >>

Game of Thrones RPG screens and in-depth preview

Game of Thrones RPG screens and in-depth preview

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Any thought that developer Cyanide has jumped on the bandwagon with the Game of Thrones video game should be left at the full stop of this sentence. It’s been in production for over three years - long before HBO ever got the rights to make the now hit... >>

Hands-on: Samsung Galaxy S II Ice Cream Sandwich review

Hands-on: Samsung Galaxy S II Ice Cream Sandwich review

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Seemingly years in the coming, the Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Samsung Galaxy S II has arrived for just about everyone. You can check here to see if it’s possible for you yet. The big question, of course, is what should the upgrade to Android... >>

Behind the scenes at the ESPN studios

Behind the scenes at the ESPN studios

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At ESPN, a game of football begins 10 days before anyone even kicks the ball.Coverage, for most of us, is a 90-minute affair; with that convenient break in the middle to get the next round in or arrange yourself some tea and biscuits, depending upon where... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Khan Academy review (iPad)

APP OF THE DAY: Khan Academy review (iPad)

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You can play finger-flicking games on an iPad, you can watch movies and listen to music. In fact, you can consume until your pleasure-struck brain spongifies into blissful submission.Or you can learn something instead.Khan Academy Platform iPad Price... >>

WiFi Hotspots from The Cloud brings 10,000 access points to paying Sky Broadband customers

WiFi Hotspots from The Cloud brings 10,000 access points to paying Sky Broadband customers

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Sky is set to launch its public Wi-Fi hotspot service from The Cloud called - yes - WiFi Hotspots from The Cloud The company announced its intentions to provide the free and unlimited access to paying broadband customers nationwide at more than 10,000... >>

HTCSense.com alternatives: where to back-up and sync your Android next

HTCSense.com alternatives: where to back-up and sync your Android next

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HTC has announced, in a something of a surprise, that it's about to delete customers' data in an overhaul that the company has planned for its online backup service, HTCSense.com. Everything will still work up until 30 April 2012 but if you haven't exported... >>

Best Android utilities apps

Best Android utilities apps

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These are the apps that should be the bread and butter of your smartphone. They speed up the day-to-day happenings of your mobile and aid you in going about your business. Everything from list-making to money management and 3G monitoring is here.Most... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Popcorn Horror review (iPhone/Android)

APP OF THE DAY: Popcorn Horror review (iPhone/Android)

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With big-screen smartphones comes the possibility of big-screen entertainment and today’s App of the Day on Pocket-lint is an example of just that. There’s even the popcorn to prove it. So, if you like a bit of horror or grindhouse is your thing,... >>

Assassin's Creed III screens and in-depth preview

Assassin's Creed III screens and in-depth preview

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Ubisoft has officially unveiled the details of Assassin’s Creed III and what promises to be one of the huge hits of 2012. Tommy Francois, director of IP Development at Ubisoft, took Pocket-lint and the assembled crowd of UK press through the details... >>

APP OF THE DAY: ESPNsoccernet review (iPhone)

APP OF THE DAY: ESPNsoccernet review (iPhone)

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With the football seasons of most of the world reaching that infamous squeaky bum time, today’s App of the Day on Pocket-lint is designed to keep you in touch with the comings and goings in all the best leagues that the beautiful game has to offer.... >>

Google might not be top dog forever says father of the internet

Google might not be top dog forever says father of the internet

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The man known as one of the fathers of the internet says Google might not be the defacto standard for search forever.Vint Cerf, a vice-president at the Mountain View-based company, says there is no particular threat to the balance of the internet with... >>

Best new iPad Wi-Fi + 4G deals

Best new iPad Wi-Fi + 4G deals

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Buying a new iPad that has Wi-Fi only is a simple enough affair. The prices are pretty much set and all you need to do is choose your favourite colour, memory size and do your best to resist as many iPad accessory upsells as you possibly can.However,... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Zombie Dash review (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: Zombie Dash review (Android)

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Today's App of the Day on Pocket-lint is definitely on the casual side of Android gaming. It's a medium-to-large size download at 5.1MB, the graphics are perfectly acceptable, the game does not take long to get the hang of and, while we don't expect it... >>

Why do people queue for an iPad?

Why do people queue for an iPad?

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Would you queue for a new iPad? No, neither would we and nor do many people in practice, as it happens.Despite the huge lines seen outside Apple Stores the world over on iProduct launch day, very few of those willing to spend cold nights out on the street... >>

Best iPhone shopping apps

Best iPhone shopping apps

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Shopping on the iPhone is a streamlined experience. None of the traipsing round shops with moaning kids, or bashing through crowds on shopping streets to grab a DVD or T-shirt. Instead just sit back, relax, whip your phone out of your pocket and fire... >>

APP OF THE DAY: 4shared Music Download review (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: 4shared Music Download review (Android)

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Today’s App of the Day on Pocket-lint is about music and the best kind at that - free music. We don’t know how long this app is going to be around and we’re not going to get too bothered thinking about it either. Just download, enjoy and when the... >>

The new iPad vs iPad 2

The new iPad vs iPad 2

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The new iPad, the iPad 3 or whatever you want to call it, has arrived with its funky screen and the natural reaction from most is going to be to buy the thing straight away, but is that necessarily the right move? Just because it's the latest in the line... >>

iPad 3 / iPad HD rumours, features, pictures and possible specs

iPad 3 / iPad HD rumours, features, pictures and possible specs

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The internet is awash with iPad 3 rumours. The iPad 3 is probably the most hotly anticipated product of the year with the only other possible contenders for the title the iPhone 5 or the Nintendo Wii U. Frankly, we're champing at the bit to get our hands... >>

Why Apple chose Vimeo for Mountain Lion

Why Apple chose Vimeo for Mountain Lion

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It’s Christmas at Vimeo. Ever since Tim Cook squeezed his way down the company chimney to leave the gift that Apple Mac OS X Mountain Lion would have the company's platform hard baked into the Mac software as the video service of choice, the eggnog... >>

Giffgaff: How small mobile operators can charge less

Giffgaff: How small mobile operators can charge less

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Mobile phone operators are not well trusted. In fact, if you asked the public to rank them, as an organisation type, on trust, they wouldn’t come out much higher than estate agents - and that’s according to a man that’s CEO of the UK’s youngest... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Pinball Arcade review (Android and iOS)

APP OF THE DAY: Pinball Arcade review (Android and iOS)

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It’s back to games today on App of the Day, and here is one that you can play on both Android and iPhone. You can certainly play on your mobile phone but, if you happen to own a tablet that works on either OS, then your luck is really in. Think The... >>

Immersion's HD Haptics show how your mobile phone will start touching you back

Immersion's HD Haptics show how your mobile phone will start touching you back

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A company by the name of Immersion has come up with a way of redefining your mobile phone and tablet touch experience. In what it's describing as HD Haptics, the company is able to give you a far more intense, controlled and precise vibration feedback... >>

Ford Evos Concept car: more details, more pictures

Ford Evos Concept car: more details, more pictures

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Ford took the time at Mobile World Congress 2012 to tell us a little more about its cloud-connected car concept called the Ford Evos which was first unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2011. And Pocket-lint took the time to take a few more... >>

Ubuntu for Android pictures and hands-on

Ubuntu for Android pictures and hands-on

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Canonical has come up with an idea for really putting purpose into your multicore Android phone. So powerful have mobiles become in the past 12 months that the London-based company is suggesting we use them to power our desktop computers - and power them... >>

Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 pictures and hands-on

Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 pictures and hands-on

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With no yellow back, bright silver rim around the face and a front camera peeping out at you, it's clear from minute one of man-to-phone encounter that the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 is a class above the super budget Mini 2 from the same company.The 3.8-inch... >>

Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 pictures and hands-on

Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 pictures and hands-on

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The bright yellow back of the Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 is a heavy clue as to who this phone is aimed at. Fresh off the back of the very successful, yes, you spotted it, Samsung Galaxy Mini, this Mobile World Congress 2012-announced device is a lot better... >>

Samsung Blaze 4G pictures and hands-on

Samsung Blaze 4G pictures and hands-on

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At first sight, the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G is a stubby little spud of a phone. To read that it's got a 4-inch screen - okay, 3.97-inch - is quite the surprise. It comes across more of a pebble than a slab thanks to its chunky middle. That's probably... >>

Panasonic Eluga Power pictures and hands-on

Panasonic Eluga Power pictures and hands-on

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Minimal and smart, the Panasonic Eluga Power is without a shadow of a doubt one of the most impressive mobile phones we got our hands on at Mobile World Congress 2012.The second in a quick succession of mobiles in what is a first foray into the European... >>

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 pictures and hands-on

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 pictures and hands-on

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If you thought it was hard trying to keep up with all of the Samsung Galaxy handsets, then the same company's tablets are going to be just as much of a headache. Pocket-lint met the latest at Mobile World Congress 2012 in the very large shape of the Samsung... >>

Samsung Galaxy S Wi-Fi 4.2 pictures and hands-on

Samsung Galaxy S Wi-Fi 4.2 pictures and hands-on

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Fitting somewhere among the vast array of Galaxy devices, it would be too easy to laugh off the Samsung Galaxy S WiFi 4.2 in a volley of comparisons of screen sizes and SIM cards. The fact of the matter is, that if you take this device on its own merits,... >>

Intel CEO: mobile phone processor cores don’t matter

Intel CEO: mobile phone processor cores don’t matter

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In a move that the Intel CEO and president joked “may have just started another core war”, Paul Otellini has dismissed the importance of cores in mobile phone CPUs. With the rest of the market racing towards quad-core processors on Android 4.0 Ice... >>

Samsung Beam pictures and hands-on

Samsung Beam pictures and hands-on

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The Samsung Beam, a smartphone with a built-in projector, has made it from concept to reality at Mobile World Congress 2012, with the company announcing that it will be selling the device in the UK in the coming months.We first spotted the Beam when... >>

Option XYfi: the world's smallest portable hotspot

Option XYfi: the world's smallest portable hotspot

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Option is set to make your portable wireless hotspot footprint a lighter one than ever before, with the arrival of the Option XYfi - the smallest 3G and Wi-Fi personal router in the world. Designed to compete with the likes of Huawei to get branded and... >>

ViewSonic ViewPad P100 pictures and hands-on

ViewSonic ViewPad P100 pictures and hands-on

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ViewSonic has certainly been busy on the tablet front at Mobile World Congress 2012 and, while it's all been about Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, there was a cameo from Windows with the arrival of the ViewSonic ViewPad P100The P100 sports a Windows 7... >>

ViewSonic ViewPad G70 pictures and hands-on

ViewSonic ViewPad G70 pictures and hands-on

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The ViewSonic ViewPad E70 is the absolute rock bottom in Ice Cream Sandwich budgetry but, if not having a rear-facing camera and just a 800 x 480-pixel display is a little coarse for you, then you might want to consider the step up model, the ViewSonic... >>

ViewSonic ViewPhone 4s and 4e pictures and hands-on

ViewSonic ViewPhone 4s and 4e pictures and hands-on

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While ViewSonic's tablets at Mobile World Congress have been familiar fare (apart from the ViewPad E100), what did rather take Pocket-lint by surprise were the Android phones the company has shown off in Barcelona.So far, the top-end ViewSonic ViewPhone... >>

ViewSonic ViewPad E70 pictures and hands-on

ViewSonic ViewPad E70 pictures and hands-on

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A £129 Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet sounds too good to be true, but that's exactly what ViewSonic has proposed at MWC 2012 with the ViewSonic ViewPad E70. Heading down to the stand in Barcelona, we can definitely comfirm that this device exists... >>

ViewSonic ViewPad E100 pictures and hands-on

ViewSonic ViewPad E100 pictures and hands-on

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ViewSonic, of course, does not, and would not, ever market a tablet as the iPad 2 lite - but pick up the ViewSonic ViewPad E100 and it's hard to think of anything else.Sitting among its friends on the stand at Mobile World Congress 2012, it's all too... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Musaic Box review (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: Musaic Box review (Android)

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There are a lot of games on the Android Market but few are as bizarre as today's App of the Day on Pocket-lint. It's a cross between a puzzle game, a detective game and music game and somehow it just about works.Be warned, this is something you're going... >>

Best PlayStation Vita accessories

Best PlayStation Vita accessories

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The Sony PlayStation Vita has arrived - in fact, if you want to know all about it you can read our Sony PlayStation Vita review - but you've probably already bought one. In that case, what you'll need to do now to maximise your enjoyment of the latest... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Barclays Pingit review (iOS, BlackBerry and Android)

APP OF THE DAY: Barclays Pingit review (iOS, BlackBerry and Android)

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Mobile payments is an area of much debate. It’s obviously the way of the future to be able to send funds over and between mobile phones but there ae enormous issues of security and, probably more importantly, customer trust to overcome. Nonetheless,... >>

Ford B-Max and Made in Chelsea's Cheska Hull pictures and hands-on

Ford B-Max and Made in Chelsea's Cheska Hull pictures and hands-on

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Ford has unleashed its latest take on the small car, the Ford B-Max, with a little help from Made in Chelsea star Cheska Hull at a preview event in London today.The car is said by Ford to be stuffed to the gunnels with safety technology and gadgets of... >>

Gadgets from the movies: SFX expert tells us how it works

Gadgets from the movies: SFX expert tells us how it works

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James Davis blows things up for a living. That’s what he quips when explaining to Pocket-lint just what the title of Floor Manager of an SFX department is all about. Not all special effects involve pyrotechnics or stunt men hurling themselves from rooftops,... >>