Celebrate Trustive's big news & win pre-paid WiFi accounts! [closed]

by Jonathan Jensen 5th May 2010
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To mark the expansion of their hotspot network from 90,000 to 140,000 worldwide hotspots (including 3,600 BT Openzone hotspots in the UK and Ireland) Trustive has generously agreed to offer our readers (that’s you, yes you) some pre-paid WiFi accounts as prizes for 4 lucky people… To enter the competition to win one of these […]

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Oh dear… 1st N8 hands-on feedback is bad

by Ben Smith 26th April 2010
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Recently, I’ve been convinced we were seeing a Nokia turn-around… the Ovi store is better and sales are huge, there’s been bold moves like free Ovi Maps and there’s some impressively priced new handsets coming. First feedback on the still unannounced flagship N8 suggests the good news is over for a while though. What Nokia […]

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Google Maps turn-by-turn navigation coming to the UK & Ireland

by Ben Smith 21st April 2010
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Google have announced that the turn-by-turn navigation available in the US is coming to the UK and Ireland. Engadget caught the story this morning and it was confirmed during a press event held at Google’s London headquarters. The feature set will be the same as that available in the US and will be available to […]

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What is the iPad for? [Guest Post]

by Guest Contributor 16th April 2010

The iPad is out and the reviews are turning up, dreams are being fulfilled and I am thinking what’s it all for? Where is the line between being really mobile and actually getting stuff done? I think that the iPad has shown that line up in glow in the dark paint.

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BREAKING: Volcanic ash cloud halts UK iPad imports

by Ben Smith 15th April 2010
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NATS – the body that manages the UK’s airspace – closed the skies over Britain today in response to ash produced by an erupting volcano in Iceland; the huge cloud, drifting south from the top of the Eyjafjallajoekull glacier, can cause catastrophic failure of jet engines. Meanwhile, hundreds of geeks have been left wondering how […]

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giffgaff announces 'goodybags' pricing

by Ben Smith 15th April 2010
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giffgaff – the recently launched mobile network (see our launch coverage) which rewards users for helping each other and marketing the brand – has announced pricing bundles in the form of ‘goodybags’. These bundles last 30 days and give a mixture of calling, texts and internet access. Prices are good (very good), but best of […]

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Terence Eden joins Touchnote

by Ben Smith 14th April 2010

There’s not much we agree about at The Really Mobile Project. Not much. But we do all think Terence Eden is a thoroughly splendid chap and we’re super-delighted he’s moving to Touchnote the awesome ‘turn your pictures into cards‘ people who pioneered buying physical ‘stuff’ through a mobile app store (on Ovi).

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Say hello to the Puma Phone

by James Whatley 14th April 2010
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Last Wednesday, Really Mobile was invited along to Sagem’s blogger/press conference for their new and upcoming Puma Phone, so Vikki and I went along to see what’s what. Available from mid-May, the Puma Phone is a bold step in a new direction from the world-famous sports brand – and at first glance, you’d be forgiven […]

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