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Extinction for the landline

Millions of Brits have no idea what their home telephone number is. Research launched yesterday by Relish broadband reveals Brits are paying for a landline they no longer use as one in five admit they don’t even know their own home number. The study also reveals six in ten Brits are now only paying for a landline just to […]

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MWC 2017

MWC 2017 – What to expect

Barcelona will once again be hosting the Mobile World Congress (MWC) event run by the GSMA. Like it most often does, the MWC will start towards the end of February. To be more precise, the event will run from the 27th of February to the 2nd of March. Most big players of the mobile industry […]

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Vine shuts down amidst growing concerns over Twitter

Vine, the video app that allowed users to create looping snippets of video, has been officially shut down by Twitter. The parent company was quick to explain that existing Vines, the six-second ‘gifs with sound’ that popularized the service, will remain available. Twitter apparently wishes to keep that piece of its history alive as a […]

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UK’s first flight delay compensation app launched

A new app, launched this month, offers consumers a free, no obligation check to see whether they are owed compensation from delayed flights.   AirFair, the first app of its kind in the UK, allows users to check if they are eligible for compensation for any flight delayed for more than three hours within the EU […]

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Save $200 on the Mobile Innovation Summit

The Mobile Innovation Summit returns to San Francisco this December, bringing together 100+ senior mobile leaders for two days of networking and discussion. Connect with high-level executives from the likes of: PayPal, eBay, Google, LinkedIn, Wells Fargo, Reddit, Vodafone & EA. Tap into key areas of mobile app strategy, customer experience, m-commerce & more – take your mobile […]

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Apps World London

Apps World round-up

The annual conference of Apps World is one of the most exciting places to be when it comes to mobile applications. Industry professionals offer their knowledge in regards to app conceptions, investments, planning, and management. Existing developers and people who aspire to get into the field attended the 2016 event in London by the hundreds. […]

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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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Google Pixel

Google bets a lot on new Pixel phones

While Android has expanded into a huge brand and into a big win for Google, the tech company has always struggled to spread strong roots in the hardware game. Its Nexus line frequently heralded some great devices but Google never invested 100 percent of its self into those phones. Whether they were made by LG […]

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BlackBerry Phone

BlackBerry to shut down phone business

After 14 years in the business, BlackBerry will no longer be making phones. John Chen, BlackBerry’s CEO, said that the company would now be focusing on “software development, including security and applications”. According to Chen, the company may outsource the function of hardware development to external partners. That will allow them to “reduce capital requirements […]

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