News

Sign in to follow this  

408 news in this category

  1. Sony Launch New Cinematic Soundbars

    TVs are becoming thinner and thinner, this also means that speakers, and their sound are also becoming thinner and thinner. Soundbars are becoming more and more popular to compensate and to fill you living room with a decent cinematic sound to match the cinematic pictures.

    .

    • 0 comments
    • 1021 views
  2. Nokia Maps for iOS is Finally HERE

    After last year's false start, Nokia has finally released a new, much improved version of their HERE maps for iOS.

    .

    • 8 comments
    • 846 views
  3. Samsung Wins Most Attention at MWC

    The Mobile World Congress is over for another year, and now begins the post show analysis. Research company Amobee have announced their findings.

    .

    • 5 comments
    • 1221 views
  4. Aircharge - An App That Helps You Find Wireless Charging Locations

    Qi Wireless charging has become a major feature over the last 12 months, and with the Samsung Galaxy S6 now also including it, it's now a major feature. Problem is, unless you're carrying around your wireless charger (kind of self defeating), where will you find the nearest charge point to top up your phone?

    .

    • 3 comments
    • 1107 views
  5. OAXIS Create Second Screen For Your iPhone

    E-ink is making a bit of a splash this year, offering low power second screen displays to compliment the every bigger, brighter, more power hungry main displays on mobile devices. There seems to be quite a boom in them, and the OAXIS InkCase i6 caught our eye as an elegant solution for iPhone 6 users and the Inkcase Plus for Android users

    .

    • 0 comments
    • 1080 views
  6. Unlock Your ZTE Grand 3 With Your Eyes

    Facial recognition proved to be a bit of a false start in securing mobile phones. Biometric finger print technology has made things more secure, and now ZTE has partnered with EyeVerify to make it possible to unlock your phone using biometric eye scans.

    .

    • 1 comment
    • 1014 views
  7. Ford Get a Handle On Mobility

    Often car companies can be accused of not really thinking much beyond they're world, but Ford has launched Handle on Mobility. It's looking at the bigger picture of transport in cities and trying to ease the journey of commuters and also couriers / repair people etc.

    .

    • 0 comments
    • 1535 views
  8. Silent Circle Are Back With More Blackphones

    Silent Circle made a bit of a splash at last year's MWC with the Blackphone. It was the first smartphone dedicated to maintaining privacy. A year and a few Snowden revelations later, Silent Circle have launched two new devices and a new service aimed at businesses.

    .

    • 0 comments
    • 851 views
  9. Jolla Invites Everyone to the Sailfish Party

    Sailfish OS has up until now, only been available on Jolla devices. Being relatively small Finnish company, it has possibly restricted how many devices out there, despite being an open OS. With that in mind, they've opened up Sailfish to other manufacturers, and struck up a partnership with Intel.

    They've also created a new secure mobile platform too.

    .

    • 12 comments
    • 899 views
  10. Kazam Release New Premium Phone

    Kazam aren't exactly a household name. A small European company that do things a bit differently. How about free screen replacement and a 3 year warranty?

    .

    • 0 comments
    • 662 views
  11. Safeture - An App to Keep You Safe on Your Travels

    There are apps for everything these days, but what about telling you of any natural disaster or other serious event whilst you're travelling? On top of that, who should you contact etc? Swedish company, Global Warning Systems have created an app for that too.

    .

    • 0 comments
    • 725 views
  12. Doro Release Attractive Small Smartphone for Elderly

    Doro are well known for making finger friendly phones, for elderly people, with clear displays. Today they launched their latest smartphone aimed at elderly people. The Liberto 820 Mini is a genuinely compact phone which covers the basics.

    • 0 comments
    • 1183 views
  13. Fujitsu - Your Eyes Have the Power to Unlock Secrets

    Fujitsu may not be a big name in the mobile business, but it doesn't stop innovating. Last year we reported it 'textured' screen technology, this year they're demonstrating how your eyes could unlock phones.

    • 0 comments
    • 913 views
  14. Blackberry Giving Up on Hardware to Become Software Company?

    Blackberry seem to be admitting defeat in the hardware arena by the launch of Blackberry Experience becoming available on iOS, Android and Windows Phone, as well as on BB10.

    • 6 comments
    • 779 views
  15. Microsoft Launch Lumia 640 and 640XL

    Microsoft have launched two new affordable mid-tier handsets with decent specs. The Lumia 640 and 640XL look like bargains when you look at the specs with decent camera, enough oomph for most day to day tasks and also 1 year Office 365 Personal subscription (that means you also get 1TB One Drive storage too).

    We expect to see these May / June time.

    • 0 comments
    • 843 views
  16. Cyanogen Teams Up With Qualcomm

    Cyanogen have moved a long way from their origins of moding Android handsets to give them updates or remove bloatware. First they partnered OnePlus to make dedicated software for handsets, but that fell through late last year. Now they've teamed up with Qualcomm.

    • 1 comment
    • 774 views
  17. Keepy The Family Happy

    Photo sharing is all the rage. Which self respecting person doesn't have a selfie of them having a great time somewhere great?

    Keepy is for families who want to share moments together in a secure network, unlike Facebook.

    • 1 comment
    • 739 views
  18. The Huawei Watch

    Android Smartwear watches are coming out thick and fast, so it takes something special to stand out. Huawei may be onto something....

    ,

    • 2 comments
    • 1238 views
  19. Mozilla's Firefox OS Keeps Growing

    We often forget about the cheaper end of the mobile market, but several well known names such as Firefox are slugging it out to in developing markets in order to create momentum.

    • 2 comments
    • 1070 views
  20. The New HTC One (M9)

    HTC has just launching it's new HTC One (M9) at MWC in Barcelona, so what is it like?

    • 13 comments
    • 49739 views
  21. Plug In Your IKEA Furniture So You Don't Have To Plug In Your Phone

    It's been a long time coming, but IKEA has announced a partnership with the Wireless Charging Consortium to introduce wireless QI charging from April.

    .

    • 3 comments
    • 1004 views
  22. Hyperlink Your Newspaper

    Every so often, something crosses our paths which strikes us as a stroke of genius. Winkapp is a promising new app which makes us wonder why no one else has thought of it before!

    • 5 comments
    • 1093 views
  23. One App to Rule Your Smart Home

    Let's be honest. The Smarthome is getting a bit busy these days and you need a different app to work with your lights, heating etc. Wouldn't it be nice if one app just did it all for you? Muzzley agrees.

    • 3 comments
    • 891 views
  24. Ping Money on Twitter with Pingit

    Everyone's talking about instant payments and transfers these days. Barclays have become the first UK bank to offer payments on Twitter via it's Pingit app. Best thing is, you don't have to be a Barclays customer!

    • 1 comment
    • 1290 views
  25. Want to Know How Much The Spooks Know About You?

    The UK's Investigatory Powers Tribunal is the court that governs UK spies. It recently ruled that GCHQ had recently acted illegally in mass sharing of data between itself and the US NSA. Now you can find out if they have information about you.

    • 6 comments
    • 1056 views
Sign in to follow this