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Best phablets 2014: The best big-screened phones to buy right now

Best phablets 2014: The best big-screened phones to buy right now

By 21 January 2014

Phones have been getting larger, looking to bring you more of what you love: a bigger, better experience. They have become devices designed to give you the ultimate in entertainment, the ultimate in productivity, the ultimate smartphone experience in... >>

A week in reviews: 13 - 17 January

A week in reviews: 13 - 17 January

By 18 January 2014

We spent the beginning of January marching around various halls and hotel suites at the Consumer Electronics Show 2014, and that was an eye-opener as to what to expect over the coming year. It's all flexible TVs, wearable tech from every corner of the... >>

Oppo N1 review
4.5 out of 5

Oppo N1 review

By 17 January 2014

Oppo has got a mammoth mountain to climb to become the familiar name that it wants to be for a European audience. Good job it's just released the N1, then, a mammoth-sized phablet that's certain to grab your attention. It will do so for a number of reasons.... >>

Oppo N1 with CyanogenMod software launches 24 December, with Google's approval

Oppo N1 with CyanogenMod software launches 24 December, with Google's approval

By 21 December 2013

A version of the Oppo N1 will launch with CyanogenMod, the popular custom Android software, on 24 December. The launch meets much excitement from the development and enthusiast community, as they will be able to purchase the first official CyanogenMod... >>

Installing the custom CyanogenMod Android software developers adore drastically simplified

Installing the custom CyanogenMod Android software developers adore drastically simplified

By 12 November 2013

The open source nature of Android allows users to do anything they want with the platform in respect of customisation. This has prompted open source ROMs to hit the internet, a collaborative effort from developers to better the features of Android. An... >>

Rebel Android Market ready to house naughty apps

Rebel Android Market ready to house naughty apps

By 23 January 2012

A rebel Android developer, part of the CyanogenMod team and the creator of ClockworkMod, Koushik Dutta, is working on an alternative Android Market; one that will host the types of apps that have been banned from Google’s official portfolio. We're not... >>