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VIDEO: Opera Mini browser submitted to iPhone App Store

VIDEO: Opera Mini browser submitted to iPhone App Store

By 23 March 2010

Opera has confirmed that it has submitted its Opera Mini browser for the iPhone to the Apple App Store, hoping to force Apple's hand in making this a reality. While Apple has always been cagey about letting apps that replicate the core functionality... >>

Immersion wants our phones to be even more touchy feely

Immersion wants our phones to be even more touchy feely

By 25 February 2010

Immersion, the company that specializes in technologies that make your mobile phone buzz has revealed a new "HD" sensor that promises to give you more feedback than ever before. Called haptics, the company that already has their technology in over 100... >>

i-migo Bluetooth security gadget promises to keep your phone safe

i-migo Bluetooth security gadget promises to keep your phone safe

By 19 February 2010

A new Bluetooth gadget that aims to protect your phone from being lost or stolen has been shown off at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week. The device, called the i-migo, can be paired to your mobile phone waiting to alert you if it goes wandering,... >>

First Look: Samsung Wave
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First Look: Samsung Wave

By 19 February 2010

Samsung spared no expense in launching the Samsung Wave at Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona this week. From the billboard advertising that leaked the new phone before the formal event, to the event itself and the magnitude of the showfloor stand,... >>

Samsung Monte S5620 hands-on

Samsung Monte S5620 hands-on

By 18 February 2010

Samsung announced the Monte S5620 in the run-up to Mobile World Congress, freeing up our time at the show to get all excited about the Samsung Wave. Monte is actually a family of devices, but at present, the only one coming to the UK is this one - the... >>

First Look: Motorola QUENCH
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First Look: Motorola QUENCH

By 18 February 2010

The Motorola QUENCH is a logical addition to the Motoblur family of devices and sees Motorola offer its first Motoblur device without a keyboard. It will be called the CLIQ XT in the US. We got our hands on the new device at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona,... >>

LG predicts death of Symbian, BlackBerry, webOS

LG predicts death of Symbian, BlackBerry, webOS

By 18 February 2010

Scott Ahn, head of LG's mobile business, has told a press conference that he thinks the smartphone market will increasingly consolidate - with the number of operating systems reducing to just three - iPhone, Android and Windows Phone - within a couple... >>

Emporia launches two new simplified handsets

Emporia launches two new simplified handsets

By 18 February 2010

Emporia has launched two new mobile phones at the Mobile World Congress event, both aimed, as are its other products, at those "who find new technology unnecessarily complicated". The emporiaELEGANCE and emporiaSOLID boast easy-to-read OLED displays and... >>

The best of MWC 2010

The best of MWC 2010

By 18 February 2010

Mobile World Congress is almost over, but what were the best bits of the show in Barcelona this year? Which phones or apps should you be looking out for, and is there anything that you'll need to start saving for straight away?  The first show after... >>

HTC Smart in pink hands-on

HTC Smart in pink hands-on

By 18 February 2010

O2 announced that it was bringing the HTC Smart exclusively to the UK (and other countries), offering a smartphone at around half the price you'd normally expect. We saw the phone at CES in Las Vegas at the beginning of the year, but had to bring you... >>


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