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My Top 7 apps: Nick Braund of PHA Media

I’m back with another Top 7 apps. This week we have Nick Braund from PHA Media, he is the Head of Technology & Innovation. PHA Media is one of the UK’s leading and fastest growing PR agencies. Founded by former newspaper & magazine editor Phil Hall 10 years ago, the company has become one of […]

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Sending Christmas parcels is a Doddle!

With only 6 weeks until Christmas, there’s plenty to do before the big day. Here at Mobile Industry Review we are busy collating our Top Tech Christmas Stocking ideas for a series of posts which we will be publishing over the next couple of weeks, with our top picks and reviews of cool gadgets; for […]

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Critical Kit: the BlackBerry PRIV

The latest smartphone from Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry, the Android-based PRIV, is now available from Carphone Warehouse from £49 per month with an upfront cost of £59.99, or £559.99 if you wish to buy it without a SIM. The PRIV is also available on BlackBerry’s site and is currently showing as available for preorder at £559.99. BlackBerry PRIV hits the […]

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Have mobile phones made us more productive – or are they just a distraction?

Have today’s mobile phones made us more productive, better at communicating and more able to get things done? Or are they more of a distraction what with the endless buzzes, notifications and interruptions? And I’m specifically talking about smartphones rather than feature phones that can barely do more than make a call or send an SMS. A smartphone isn’t merely a phone. We use […]

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The HTC One A9 smartphone launches this month

It hasn’t been a particularly great year for HTC so far, but can the company’s new premium One A9 smartphone catch the public’s attention? The older One M9 was a very attractive handset, which lacked a few key features (such as a fingerprint reader), but the One A9 is a much more promising device that certainly looks […]

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Scary apps for Halloween

It’s Halloween tomorrow, and nowadays it seems to have become almost as popular around the world as it is in the USA. I’m in Asia right now, and I’ve already lost count of the number of people who’ve told me they’re going to a Halloween party tomorrow night. But before the zombies, ghosts, spooks and ghouls […]

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My Top 7 apps: Neil Jessop from OnePoint Global

Back with another Top 7 apps post. This week we have Neil Jessop from OnePoint Global, Neil is the CEO and Co-Founder. “OnePoint Global is the global survey software platform leader, and the trusted choice of global research agencies and brands. Our mobile survey technologies, including our flagship APP, SMS, Online and MobileWeb, have supported […]

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Smartphones are changing TV viewing habits, especially among the younger generation

With traditional television markets facing disruption around the world by way of competition with streaming video services, it’s no surprise that the proliferation of smartphones and tablets is rapidly changing TV viewing habits, particularly among the younger generation. Smartphone TV viewing on the rise You may have missed it but Ofcom issued a report a couple of […]

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