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Archos 40 Titanium Unboxing

Archos 40 Titanium Unboxing

| March 1, 2014 |

Archos is filling the market with devices at the moment, some cheap, so not so cheap. To help avoid confusion Archos have labelled the phone ranges after periodic elements, Titanium, Oxygen and Helium. Titanium being the more price conscious range with five different variants covering differing sizes. In this video we look at the low-end […]

Win an HP Pavilion A4 15″ Notebook

Win an HP Pavilion A4 15″ Notebook

| February 28, 2014 |

It has been a little while since we last had a good competition or give-away on the site but we’re back with a corker. We’ve teamed up with AMD and we have a fantastic HP Pavilion A4 Notebook, in red, worth around £450 and one lucky reader is going to be walking away with it! […]

Mobile Tech Addicts Podcast 221: Mobile World Congress 2014

Mobile Tech Addicts Podcast 221: Mobile World Congress 2014

| February 28, 2014 |

Gareth, Matt and Phil are here with an update on what happened at Mobile World Congress this year. There’s plenty to talk about in this show with new flagship devices from Samsung and Sony as well as some announcements from HTC, Nokia and Lenovo to name a few!   Featuring Gareth, Matt and Phil Direct […]

All New HTC One coming March 25th

All New HTC One coming March 25th

| February 27, 2014 |

HTC have started sending out ‘save the date’ emails advising the the “Best Smartphone of 2013 is about to get better”. The special announcement says the 25th March is the date that we’ll be able to see the HTC One successor, officially, for the first time. Expect to see information on the ‘All New Scooby […]

Samsung unveils SDKs for new devices

Samsung unveils SDKs for new devices

| February 27, 2014 |

Samsung Electronics today announced the immediate availability of Software Development Kits (SDKs) for the Galaxy S5 and Samsung Gear 2, during the Samsung Developer Day at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2014 in Barcelona, Spain. Following the unveiling of the Galaxy S5 and Samsung Gear 2 in Barcelona on February 24, the SDKs were introduced to […]

Google Glass Banned?

Google Glass Banned?

| February 26, 2014 |

Google Glass isn’t even on the shelves yet and it’s being banned from all sorts of places. It was reported towards the end of last year that the “wearable tech”, which incorporates a tiny screen and camera connected to the internet, was already unwelcome at some casinos in the USA. Is this a knee-jerk reaction […]

ZTE launch the ultra slim ZTE Grand Memo II LTE

ZTE launch the ultra slim ZTE Grand Memo II LTE

| February 26, 2014 |

 ZTE, one of the top five global handset manufacturers, today presents the Grand Memo II LTE, an ultra slim and high performance LTE Smartphone. With its 6” IPS display that takes up 80% of the handset, users can view high quality images, HD videos and movies with a 178 degree viewing angle. The device utilises ZTE’s […]

ZTE launches two new Firefox OS phones

ZTE launches two new Firefox OS phones

| February 25, 2014 |

ZTE today launches two new innovative Firefox OS phones in the ZTE Open series with the Open C and Open II, and expects to ship over one million Firefox OS phones before the end of 2014. This furthers ZTE’s strong relationship with Mozilla that started with the first ZTE Open which was launched at Mobile […]

Mail vs. Modern Newsletters

Mail vs. Modern Newsletters

| February 25, 2014 |

Today, less and less people are using actual mail to send anything. This is especially true of getting the word out about something. The question is, is it more or less helpful?   Getting the Word Out If you look at your inbox, you probably are receiving many emails per day from companies who want […]

Dual Screen Yotaphone unveiled at Mobile World Congress

Dual Screen Yotaphone unveiled at Mobile World Congress

| February 25, 2014 |

Yota Devices, the company that innovated the world’s first dual-screen, always-on smartphone, unveiled the next generation YotaPhone today at Mobile World Congress (MWC). The next generation YotaPhone has full-touch control on its always-on electronic paper display (EPD) and many other new hardware and software features, making it even more intuitive “YotaPhone’s arrival on the market last year marked one […]