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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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Apple has officially announced that the launch of their ipad in the UK and a number of other countries will be delayed until (probably late) May, confirming the widely held suspicions that the success of the device in the US would cause production problems, in turn limiting the company’s capacity to launch on a worldwide [...]

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With the mobile world’s time in Barcelona coming to and end, we have one last installment of our updates from the world’s most prominent mobile show to bring you this week. We’ve got more from those wacky folks at Docomo, who are doubtless the kings of the novelty phone, yet more early previews on some [...]

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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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This week is the week that the mobile phone world drops everything and eyes up Barcelona, be it from within the sizeable confines of the World Mobile Congress, or sat at home and watching enviably from afar. Traditionally, the World Mobile Congress is the one date when companies are more likely to reel out something [...]

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Vodafone only launched their application store, ‘Vodafone 360’, back in November, but amazingly they’ve already topped 7000 different applications. Vodafone put a special effort in to be accessible to developers, even offering incentives for producers of particularly impressive applications, such as a £100,000 prize to the winner of an up and coming app store contest. [...]

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It’s not often Xingtone gets the chance to cover scandal and gossip (though David Beckham’s leaked text messages shouldn’t be forgotten), but just occasionally mobile phones find themselves right in the thick of the gossip the entire country’s talking about. Chelsea captain and central defender John Terry is well known to have had an extramarital [...]

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Google’s Nexus One handset has been heavily touted as the latest ‘iPhone killer’ a handset to rise to the dominance of Apple’s popular plaything and spark the battle of the handsets. In Europe, though, the handset appears to be under major threat before it’s even launched. Google might not be too happy with the turn [...]

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Having suffered from O2’s exclusive deal and Orange’s quicker introduction of the iPhone when that deal ended, Vodafone are unsurprisingly keen to push for a strong connection to Apple’s next headline grabbing product, the iPad. Vodafone’s CEO spoke extremely positively about the iPad, arguing that the product is likely to improve customer’s mobile experience, and [...]

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