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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How will virtual reality influence mobile gaming?

  Mobile gaming is a highly lucrative market that has an ever increasing number of users. As mobile technology has developed rapidly, the popularity of mobile gaming has soared. Now, online casinos are enjoying greater success than their land-based counterparts while mobile is also home to a wide variety of other apps that attract audiences to gaming. But with new technology such as virtual reality on the horizon, will mobile gaming soon become a thing of the […]

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Mobile phone on beach

News: mobile roaming charges cut across the EU from today

From today, UK consumers who use their mobiles across Europe should see a reduction in their bills. The good news is that further price reductions when roaming are planned in all European Union countries from June next year, at which time all such charges will be abolished. For the moment however, there is an immediate cap on how much surcharge operators can […]

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Smartphoes & Sport

The Impact of Smartphones on Sport

Smartphones are now an integral thread in the fabric of our daily lives. According to the latest stats from smsglobal, there are currently just over 1.9 billion Smartphones in circulation around the globe with that number set to top 2.1 billion by the close of 2016. With countries such as the UK now experiencing 64% […]

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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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BBC News Apps

News: BBC to overhaul mobile news strategy

The BBC has appointed James Harding, the former Times editor, to revamp its news, mobile and online offerings in an overhaul to the division that will suffer cuts of £80 million over the next 6 years. The organisation has created a new “controller” role for mobile and online content with James Harding at the helm, who will implement so-called […]

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