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  1. LG G3 Launch

    The LG G3 launched today in London, however most all of the specs and some very good press photos leaked a whole day beforehand. Even more embarrasingly, some of the leaks have come from LG themselves!

    LG's mantre for this phone is "Simple Is The New Smart" - well the security surrounding the press images and specs of the phone may have been simple - but how does the device stand up against the competition?

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  2. Google Nexus Kitkat / 4.4 / 5 / 4.1

    Could be the new Nexus Kitkat

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  3. Phones4U in Deep DooDoo

    Phones4U may not be everyone's favourite high street mobile retailer, but it does help everyone in one sense, by providing competition to the likes of Dixons Carphone (Currys & Carphone Warehouse mashup). It does sound however that the company is in deep trouble though

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  4. New HTC One (M8) Launch

    After months of speculation, the new HTC One (M8) is finally launched at Olympia in London. Naturally, we're here covering it. So, what is it like?

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  5. Sony Xperia Z1s to launch today?

    According to @evleaks, Sony are about to launch the Xperia Z1S.

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  6. Microsoft Makes Windows Phone 8.1 Announcements

    Microsoft is first out of the blocks with its announcements, giving some information about new partners and also software updates.

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  7. Samsung to Launch New Curved Screen Phone

    Bendy screens are all the rage these days and the Koreans are at the forefront of this new technology, so it's no surprise to hear that Samsung are planning on using it in a new phone launched some time in the next month.

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  8. Vodafone Worse than EE for Network Coverage?

    You may well remember some time ago, a company Rootmetrics asked people to download it's app on Android and iOS to see who offers the best / worst network coverage. The results are in and it's quite surprising!

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  9. Password Box is a Real Gem

    Looking for real innovative and useful things at MWC can be a real chore, but I came across Password Box which is a great app to save all your passwords, and has a variety of unique features not found on it's competitors.

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  10. The Sony Xperia Z4 has finally launched

    The rumours have been doing the rounds for the last few weeks and driving some M&G members crazy. Sony has finally launched the Xperia Z4.

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  11. Tesco to Release 7" Tablet

    Tesco seem keen to get in on the online/tech game and have started sending out invites to an even on Monday 23rd September. (our invite must have got lost in the post...)

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  12. BBC Suggests Licence Fee for iPlayer Users

    With more and more younger people getting used to not having a TV, and then streaming their programmes over the internet, the BBC is acutely aware that it risks losing future TV licence revenue, when licence fees are frozen, and less household will have TVs.

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  13. Google Release New Nexus Phone and Tablet with a Lollipop

    It's October, it's miserable outside, and our thoughts turn to how we're going to entertain ourselves over the next few bleak months. Google, HTC and Motorola are doing their part by rolling out a new tablet, phone and media player.

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  14. O2 Makes 4G Attractive

    O2 has been rather quite about it's 4G roll out, but they've chosen to make a bit of noise with three announcements.

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  15. EE To Launch Calls over WiFi

    EE have been trailing their plans for customers to be able to make calls over a local wifi network, when a mobile signal isn't available, for a long time, but it's finally here. It'll launch this week on 10th April.

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  16. PC World / Currys Launch Nexus 7 Challenger

    DSG are the latest retailer to get in on the tablet bandwagon and looking for customers hard earned money this Christmas. They are launching a very promising looking 7" tablet on 16th November

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  17. Philips Show Off Ambilight and Have An App for Everything Else

    Philips is sometimes forgotten about these days. The tech news is full of Asian or American companies, but this Dutch company remains quite a force in consumer electricals. So what did they have to show?

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  18. Samsung reveal TIZEN developer phone

    Sam Mobile are live at the TIZEN developer conference, and have posted pictures and a video of the first TIZEN developer handset, made by Samsung.

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  19. Apple Have Another Event with (almost) No Surprises

    As widely predicted, Apple's event today launched a new iPad Air, iPad mini, iMac and Mac mini, but there were one or two surprises on the way.

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  20. Do They Know It's Christmas Time At All?

    December is traditionally a slow month. People thinking about the forthcoming festivities, time with the family, mugging each other in the local supermarket to buy a knock off TV etc. Company offices are filled with tinsel, silly hats and hang overs, as well as photo copies taken for posterity ( ;) ) . Obviously something has gone wrong this year with corporate Britain and they've mixed two british past times, binge drinking and shopping, to create binge shopping...

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  21. Apple Releases Some New Stuff (again)

    The hype machine has been in full swing for months now, and loads of stuff written about a rumoured iPad mini. So Apple have had their keynote, and what did they release?

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  22. Firefox OS is Getting Bigger

    Mozilla continues to target the developing mobile market with cheap handsets, which aim to provide all the key services which users need who might not otherwise afford a smartphone

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