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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 P100 The P100 sports a Windows... >>

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,... >>

Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning
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Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning

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To make a good RPG is to walk a tightrope. Make it too complicated, too fiddly, and only the hardcore will appreciate your work, but pander to the public too much and your game looses its credibility, and its soul. Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning walks... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Springpad review

APP OF THE DAY: Springpad review

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Evernote is not the only note taking service. If you’ve never got on with the green-look super-program that is, then today’s App of the Day on Pocket-lint is definitely worth a try. For a start, you can change the background to one of a huge variety... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Crackle review (Android, consoles, iOS, Smart TVs)

APP OF THE DAY: Crackle review (Android, consoles, iOS, Smart TVs)

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With the world now awash with video-on-demand services, one might wonder if we really need another to think about, but that’s exactly what we’re recommending on App of the Day at Pocket-lint.We’re not saying that you shouldn’t be spending your... >>

Best Android apps for learning and reference

Best Android apps for learning and reference

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Smartphones apps aren't just about games. There's some educating to do out there if you'd care to tear yourself away from Fruit Ninja for just two minutes and we at Pocket-lint have amassed the very best Android apps for learning and reference so that... >>

Best Android customisation apps

Best Android customisation apps

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One of the joys of Android is supposed to be customisation and yet few people even bother to change their wallpaper after unboxing their little darlings. One of the problems is that most of us have been scarred by our early live wallpaper experiences... >>

APP OF THE DAY: PhotoWall review (Android)

APP OF THE DAY: PhotoWall review (Android)

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Sure, you've got a gallery app full of pictures on your mobile phone. Yes, you might even have the odd widget window on your desktop that connects to it too but, frankly, if you're not using today's App of the Day on your Android handset, you're not making... >>

Best Android navigation apps

Best Android navigation apps

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One of the best things to come out of the smartphone revolution was that we got to throw away all those bits of paper in our pockets along with the 10 minutes before we left home of poring over maps trying to work out where we were going to go. GPS-enabled... >>

Cubify 3D home printer pictures and hands-on

Cubify 3D home printer pictures and hands-on

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What has always seemed the stuff of pie in the sky will be coming to your home within weeks. 3D printing has been around on an industrial level for a while, but now a company called 3D Systems has come up with a version for the home called Cubify that... >>

APP OF THE DAY: Super Stickman Golf review (Android & iOS)

APP OF THE DAY: Super Stickman Golf review (Android & iOS)

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There are casual games and there are casual games. Today’s App of the Day is one of the latter, or perhaps the former, depending on how you read that sentence. Essentially, while some of these kinds of downloads are all about swiping you finger so that... >>

Soul Party in Box pictures and hands-on

Soul Party in Box pictures and hands-on

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Everybody who's anybody in the hip hop scene these days has a company churning out headphones with their name on them. Actor/rapper Christopher Brian Bridges, aka Ludacris, (see what he did there?) is no exception and has been the man behind Soul Electronics... >>