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The telephony service for the global mobile elite arrives in 2 weeks

Three lucky people will shortly begin using the world’s most advanced and most esoteric mobile VOIP and telephony service. And I’m one of them. Esoteric, meaning ‘only for the initiated’, is most definitely the description for this new service. It doesn’t have a name. It doesn’t need one. It’s mobile 3.0. Or telephony 10.0. This […]

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Google Latitude arrives to rip the arse out of mobile location services

I did a call on Twitter for 140 character (or more) immediate reactions to Google’s modification to Google Maps. The new feature, Latitude, is a setting on the menu of Google Maps 3.0 available for download today. Now you can see your Google friends visually on Google Maps. It works rather well and the ramifications […]

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Blackberry Applications Store arrives in March

Let’s not bother with the fact that Blackberry was a little late to the party, having not given the concept of an online applications store a moment of attention until Steve Jobs unveiled a the half billion dollar iTunes App Store economy almost overnight. No. Let’s embrace the fact that Blackberry has turned up to […]

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Facebook panel arrives for the Xperia X1

Sony Ericsson has just released a bunch of new panels for the Xperia X1 handset, just in time for it to arrive in the Americas. These new additions to the phone’s UI act much the same way as many common place widgets do on other mobiles. Besides a Facebook panel, they’ve also made public a […]

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Sonim’s Xtreme Performance 3 handset arrives here shortly

Oh yes! COME ON! You know what a big fan I was of the Sonim XP1? Back in the day? They’re still superb indestructible phones. There are two XP3 “Xtreme Performance” handsets on their way to MIR Towers and I can’t wait to see them. There is something ever-so-satisfying about being in possession of a […]

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BlackBerry Curve 8900 arrives

The glorious magnificent Curve 8900 AKA Javelin has just hit Germany, on T-Mobile. TBC for the UK. RIM’s been a busy bee of late, with the Flip, the Storm and now the latest rendition of the Curve. After a quick call to BlackBerry’s press office, and yes they are still speaking to us, it appears […]

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Cheapest mobile broadband package arrives

Remembered the heady days of October the first when Virgin entered the mobile broadband market? Now they’ve only gone and launched the cheapest deal in UK at just a fiver a month. There’s catch, as expected and there always is of course – you need to be on Virgin. New and existing customers on their […]

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3’s ‘Facebook Revolution’ arrives on 13th November

What’s this all about then? 😉 Here’s what the text on the page says: It’s coming soon. 13th November. It will change the way you use Facebook on your phone. Trust us, you don’t want to miss out. Be the first to find out more. Can you say ‘Facebook phone?’

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Blackberry Storm arrives on Vodafone next month

Feast your eyes on the all new Blackberry Storm — launched today on Vodafone — but available from next month (and hopefully free from Bold-style OS issues). First, a glorious gratuitous full screen shot please: And, when you tilt the device, how’s it look? When you touch it, it feels like a button — so […]

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Swype — T9’s next generation arrives

But is it any good> Well, I think with Swype, you need to see it to believe it. I haven’t, yet. But I intend popping by their stand to find out more. Swype will, it’s founders contend, change the way people input text on any screen at all. I’m well up for a good solution. […]