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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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A relatively quiet week in mobile technology has still seen the launch of a long awaited Android function (say goodbye to your in car sat nav systems) and the announcement of another important development: new Flash software on the Android. Elsewhere, scientists have announced their intentions to fully examine the effects of mobile phones on [...]

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IN SHORT: The winner of 2009’s BEST mobile game of the year award, Fieldrunners was even ranked in the top ten games of the year for all platforms by Time Magazine, meaning this in an effort that compares relatively favourably with the best the world has to offer right now. At the most basic level [...]

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A few days ago we weren’t event sure if the next model of the iPhone existed just yet. Now we have a brief lowdown and a handful of pictures of it, provided by the good folk at Gizmodo.com, who got hold of the new model after an Apple employee accidentally left it in a bar. [...]

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Who’d have thought a mobile phone could be so political? Both Apple and the Central American phone industry in general have found themselves on the receiving end of a battering this past week. Elsewhere, Palm – whose sales have disappointed recently – has been put up for sale, Tesco has reduced the prices on their [...]

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IN SHORT: Sure, you can download a selection of applications that do pretty much everything under the sun these days for the iPhone, but why download dozens of applications when you can download just one that does all the same things? Toolbox is a bit of an iPhone all rounder, and it’ll solve a bunch [...]

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Ever considered the idea that you might wake up one morning and find your smart phone’s not working in any kind of connective way? British network providers have, and they’re fretting about it in a major way. Normally that would be the biggest phone story of the week, but this week’s been a busy one. [...]

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The main events in Barcelona have crept past the halfway mark, and the major announcements are starting to slow up. All is not lost, though, as a gentler pace has given us the chance to explore a few more of the newly announced handsets, and give a quick overview on what we’ve learnt. We’ve also [...]

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Popular Internet phone service Skype has announced a service that could revolutionize the iPhone for heavy phone users, reducing the cost of many calls that fall outside of the standard contract dramatically. Up until now, Skype for the iPhone has only been available as a Wi-Fi service, and so could only be used inside the [...]

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Is it the ultimate sign of being socially essential? Who knows, but a feature spot on a Simpsons couch gag is certainly a sign that your products hit the mainstream in a big, big way. To become worthy of the fingers of a certain podgy yellow family has taken the iPhone more than two years, [...]

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