Archive | Devices

Almost every team member has at least 3 primary mobile handsets! In this category, we profile devices and related wireless infrastructure.


KODAK EKTRA Smartphone designed for photographers – from enthusiasts to experts

  Around this time last year, we featured a guest post by David Floyd, Co-CEO of Bullitt Group. Since its formation in 2009, Bullitt Group has designed, manufactured and distributed millions of mobile phones, audio products, other connected devices and related peripherals to more than 60 countries across the globe. Bullitt is the global licensee […]

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Product Review – box portable power products with style

We are often asked to carry out product reviews, but as much as we love to try out new mobile products and accessories, it’s not always easy to find the time to write about them.  These products, by UK based design company, box , grabbed our attention however, as they are beautifully designed to complement  the […]

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Virgin Media launches IMO Smartphones in UK

I think this is worth writing about – it’s the first time I’ve seen anyone refer to ‘pocket money smartphones’ – but that’s exactly what Virgin Media are doing, together with new London-based smartphone brand, IMO (In My Opinion). IMO is a new smartphone and mobile device brand from Verve Connect, an energetic UK company that integrates […]

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Three Road Fi

Three introduces Road-Fi, an in-car hotspot

Slowly but surely, the Internet is progressively becoming attached to virtually every aspect of our lives. Cisco, for instance, projects that the IoT market will include over 12.2 billion devices by 2020. The personal vehicle is also undergoing a renaissance period as far as technology goes. Apple and Google, with CarPlay and Android Auto respectively, […]

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Mobile Security

UK smartphone owners not worried about cyber attacks

A new survey by 360 Security has revealed that people in the UK view their smartphones as just a phone, and that they aren’t worried that cyber-criminals could be targeting their handheld devices. The survey says that 81 percent of consumers in the UK don’t consider their smartphone en a target for cyber-criminals, and hence they’re […]

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Roundup of the month: 5 things you may have missed

The first month of summer has been another busy one for the mobile industry. You may have seen all the big stories already, but here’s a quick rundown of news that flew under the radar for most. Picture of possible Surface Phone leaks It has been rumoured for more than a year that Microsoft is possibly working on […]

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Future Smartphones

What’s next for smartphones?

It’s fair to say that smartphones have changed the way people live and work, but perhaps the most burning question the industry is pondering is what comes next? In many western markets smartphone sales have almost reached saturation point, forcing companies like Samsung and Apple to come up with new ways to tempt customers with their hardware, software and ecosystems. […]

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Panic Button India Phones

News: by 2017 all phones sold in India will have a “panic button”

This week the Indian government announced that from January 1st next year, all new phones sold in the country must include some form of “panic button” aimed at improving women’s security. Furthermore, all phones will need to come equipped with GPS by January 2018, allowing the owner’s location to be accurately determined when the panic button is activated. Many of today’s […]

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