Well it appears that Vodafone’s, O2′s and Three’s little tantrum, opposing Everything Everywhere’s plans to roll out 4G by 2013, has worked and consequently Ofcom has delayed the final verdict until May 8th.
Recent studies show that over half of American homes own at least one Apple product, with 9 per cent of those saying they own five Apple branded products.
For those of you who have purchase the new iPad, you’ve most likely realised that it takes one hell of a long time to charge. Well, Apple have finally issued a statement regarding this (sort of).
The Samsung Galaxy Note is one of Samsung’s most recent attempts at a phone / tablet hybrid, and I think it’s fair to say that they’ve done it beautifully. The recent sales figures seem to agree as well, with over 5 million Galaxy Notes sold since it’s launch last November.
Rumours have it – and I must stress the term ‘rumours’ – that the up and coming iPhone will feature an all glass exterior. This comes contrary to reports that Apple was looking to solidify their next smartphone in light of its predecessor being vulnerable to cracks and breakage when dropped.
According to reports, the Nokia Lumia 900 will finally be arriving to US customers on April 8th, via AT&T.
According to new reports, iPhone manufacturer Foxconn is adding 20,000 new employees to its books so that it can cope with the demand of Apple’s next-gen smartphone.
Sky have just announced that they’re taking the shackles off their Anytime+ service so that all of their HD customers, no matter who their broadband provider is, can benefit from the catch-up service.
Previous reports suggested that the Samsung Galaxy S3 could be arrived fairly soon, but we didn’t think it would be THIS soon!
Despite the HTC One X not even officially out yet, this hasn’t stopped UK network provider Vodafone from offering up the quad-core handset.