Something Good To Read

Essential Apps: Something Good to Read

If you’re anything like me, the constant interruptions of Twitter means that while it can still be a useful tool for news and updates, I have found that I’ve needed to turn off notifications just to be able to concentrate throughout the day. As one of those people that needs to stay abreast of the […]

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Philips Hue Bulbs

Critical Kit: Philips Hue connected lightbulbs

As part of our Critical Kit series, this week we’re taking a short but enlightening look at the Philips Hue connected lightbulbs. While it could argue that they’re not exactly critical, the innovative and popular smart bulbs have certainly struck a chord with consumers. How does this relate to anything mobile? The Hue range basically comes into its own when […]

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Mobile App Development

ContractIQ’s app development report highlights latest mobile trends

Mobile app development is a way of life for thousands of independent developers, and also brings in massive revenues for all manner of companies, big and small. ContractIQ recently conducted a report on the state of app development, revealing some interesting facts and figures on the burgeoning industry. ContractIQ report finds 1 in 4 turn apps […]

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Classic handsets: the Motorola StarTAC

In the latest of our series looking back at some of the classic mobile phones throughout the last few decades, we examine the phenomenon that was the Motorola StarTAC. Motorola StarTAC was the sexiest phone of its time In the mid 1990’s, before mobile phones had really become mainstream, the most popular devices back then were […]

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News: Tesco Mobile ranked best mobile provider, EE left trailing​

The UK mobile market is undergoing huge changes at the moment, with consolidation rife and operators trying to attract more customers while also rolling out faster and more reliable 4G networks. Last month, Carphone Warehouse announced its new iD mobile network, BT is in the process of buying EE, and Three is acquiring O2. Meanwhile Satmetrix, the leading […]

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Capacitive Touchscreen Principles

The origin and history of the touchscreen

It’s almost impossible to believe that only a few decades ago, touchscreen technology was the domain of science fiction movies. Now it’s almost impossible to imagine life without them – as they are a key part of every smartphone and tablet and literally just about everywhere – homes, cars, planes, and restaurants to name but a few. However, it […]

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