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We’d almost given up on the Nexus One finally making its way over from the States, but as we type it’s making its way onto the shelves of your nearest Vodafone store. The prices are a touch disappointing – only slightly less than the current market price of an iPhone, though you can grab it [...]

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We’ve wiggled our way through the April Fool’s jokes (Google’s animal translator was particularly impressive) to bring you what we’re 99% sure is our usual dose of reliable news. The biggest story for mobile users in the UK, of course, is the piece we bought you from OfCom earlier in the week, on putting a [...]

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This week’s cell phone news comes to you mainly from less than typical location: instead of the usual developers at Google, complaints at the courts or Apple’s application store controversy, this week we come to you largely from the ancient halls of Westminster. British government agencies have announced an investigation into international mobile phone card [...]

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The biggest news of this week is undoubtedly Google’s decision to postpone the UK launched date for the Nexus One for an as yet unannounced period, a massive blow to the big-name newcomer. There have been a few more positive moments, too, though, such as Sony Ericsson’s impressive Vivaz being given an almost universal thumbs [...]

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We’re back with another week’s summary of the world of cell phones. While the big players are at each other’s necks again, Skype continues to threaten the entire world of network service providers, though the primary target remains their international call market. Nokia’s come up with a couple of new models, including one truly street-focused [...]

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The second day in Barcelona has seen no let up in the spate of interesting announcements, and not the slightest break in the controversy either. While many saw day one as a battle between Apple and everyone else through the app sharing plans, the second day saw friction come to the fore between two other [...]

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