Testing the Sonim Warranty

by Dan Lane 3rd July 2009

Last week we introduced you to the brand new Land Rover S1 by Sonim. A waterproof, rugged IP67 rated handset. If you missed it, take a look here. The ensuing commentary you guys came back with was largely about the price of the handset when compared to other rugged devices it competes with. Many of […]

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Guest Post: ÜberTwitter for BlackBerry

by Ben Smith 2nd July 2009

We haven’t really talked Blackberry much around these parts since we launched, so mobile guru, man of the people and all-round mobile guru Terence Eden has graciously stepped in to dig us out of that hole. — It’s been a long time since my last post about Twitter on the BlackBerry. Back then I concluded […]

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Guest Post: Apple is delivering the 'Mobile Platform' with iPhone OS 3.

by Ben Smith 2nd July 2009

As the dust has settled on the recent announcements from Apple and Nokia of their latest devices, the launch of Nokia’s OVI store and Apple’s increment to the iPhone OS, friend of the site Julian Cooling considers why it was Apple’s software announcement that has him most excited. I apologise to sensitive readers for the […]

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You're charging how much?!

by James Whatley 1st July 2009

As you may know, recently I trialled the Vodafone HTC Magic. This I found to be a thorughly enjoyable experience and I’ve had no problems since recommending this handset to those to whom it would fit.

One thing I didn’t touch upon during the review however was the rather awesome pleasure of being able to charge my handset via USB.

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Nokia, bioplastics and the big green responsibility debate

by Vikki Chowney 30th June 2009

Some of you may or may not know that on my personal blog, I cover green and social change issues. This week I’ve been talking about manufacturer’s attempts to make their phones ‘greener’, looking specifically at Nokia, bioplastics and extended producer responsibility.

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Evernote: My Favourite App

by Ben Smith 29th June 2009

If you haven’t heard of Evernote, you’ve probably been living under a rock for the last year or so… What started out as a ‘just’ note-taking application grew in June 2008 into a cloud-syncing application with Windows, Mac and Web interfaces, enhanced by ‘clipping’ tools on all three platforms and text-recognition of any any images […]

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Enterprise mobile VoIP from Agito Networks

by Jonathan Jensen 26th June 2009

Last week I had a chat with the guys at Agito Networks. Agito has developed a mobile VoIP solution for enterprises that deals with the issues of poor in-building coverage, ever increasing mobile costs, enterprise integration and the complex user experience of juggling multiple devices. Agito’s RoamAnywhere product uses the available wireless coverage at any […]

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Samsung Innovation Quest goes for widgets

by Martyn Davies 23rd June 2009

The Samsung i8910 is Samsung’s HD-video enabled handset based on Symbian S60.  Visitors to the Samsung stand at the Mobile World Congress back in February would have seen a video wall of these units showing off their vivid screen colours via the AMOLED display. By way of celebrating the i8910, Samsung are launching a new […]

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