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Nokia: We still need a cheaper Windows Phone to compete with Android

Nokia: We still need a cheaper Windows Phone to compete with Android

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Nokia has confessed that although its latest Nokia Lumia 610 is cheap, it needs to create an even cheaper model to take on Android. "We have a lot riding on the fact that we need to get a lower price point," Niklas Savander, executive vice-president... >>

Hands-on: SpareOne emergency phone review

Hands-on: SpareOne emergency phone review

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Some ideas are so simple and effective that you wonder why they haven't been thought of before. One such example is the SpareOne phone that Pocket-lint got up close and personal with in Barcelona at MWC. Xpal Power (the company behind Energizer and PowerSkin)... >>

Firefox only has eyes for Android

Firefox only has eyes for Android

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There are still no plans to bring Firefox to the iPhone or iPad and Jay Sullivan, Mozilla's VP of Products, has also told Pocket-lint that we can also forget about the browser landing on the BlackBerry PlayBook as a native app anytime soon. "We haven't... >>

ARM: Intel playing catch-up in mobile market

ARM: Intel playing catch-up in mobile market

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It's a funny old time in the crazy world of chip architecture. Not only are companies like Nvidia, Qualcomm and Texas Instruments looking to jump head first into the Windows 8 revolution caused by Microsoft's new baby including support for ARM-based processors,... >>

Asus ready to launch Windows Phone, but waiting for the right time

Asus ready to launch Windows Phone, but waiting for the right time

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Asus is ready to launch a Windows Phone 7 device as soon as it thinks the time is right, the company has told Pocket-lint.  "We are very close with Microsoft. When we think it is the right time of course we will do it," Benson Lin, the global head of... >>

Coolpad 7990 pictures and hands-on

Coolpad 7990 pictures and hands-on

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Over on the vainglorious Android booth at MWC there was an absolute plethora of Google-based devices to play with, including all of the big launches from the show. But it wasn't the usual suspects that caught Pocket-lint's eye. We couldn't help but notice... >>

Mozilla Boot to Gecko pictures and hands-on

Mozilla Boot to Gecko pictures and hands-on

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Boot to Gecko, the mobile OS that isn't really an OS, officially launched over in Barcelona at MWC after the idea was touted by Mozilla back in July last year. Unlike the theory back then though, when Mozilla's Andreas Gal stated that the platform would... >>

Nokia: A tablet would be good for us

Nokia: A tablet would be good for us

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Nokia has told Pocket-lint that a tablet would be good for the company, highlighting the fact that it would sit nicely among its current product line-up. But the company's keen to emphasise that it has no plans to launch one just yet. Speaking during... >>

ZTE PF100 quad-core tablet pictures and hands-on

ZTE PF100 quad-core tablet pictures and hands-on

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Okay, let's start with the obvious. The ZTE PF100 is a fugly tablet. There, we've said it. Its faux-metallic edges look more rusty than sharp and the back panel makes it look like a 1980s' calculator. The build quality is pretty cheap looking and feeling... >>

Pocket-lint Podcast #74 - Nokia 808 PureView, iPad 3 and Samsung Galaxy Beam

Pocket-lint Podcast #74 - Nokia 808 PureView, iPad 3 and Samsung Galaxy Beam

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A bumper packed podcast this week features an interesting chat with Niklas Savander, executive vice-president of Nokia, which was recorded on the hustling and bustling show floor of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. In it he discusses some of the aspects... >>