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HTC One X: Is this HTC’s best phone so far?

I spent a few weeks with HTC’s One X handset recently. Just 20 minutes with the phone was enough for me to begin to appreciate why many geeks I know were salivating at the sheer concept of owning the device. Granted, at MWC, I was able to take a quick look and play around with […]

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Operators Opinion

Fear the Googlepipe

The nice chaps at Mobile Entertainment magazine ran my ‘Fear The Googlepipe‘ opinion-piece yesterday morning. Did you catch it? It’s based on a post I did a little while ago about the launch of the arrival of the Nexus One and what that could mean for your common-or-garden mobile operator. I say ‘based’, but the […]

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Devices

The Nexus One won’t tempt me away from the iPhone

It’s Jonathan Mulholland here once again! Like most mobile geeks, I’m really enjoying all the Google Nexus One news; it’s starting to sound like a very nice device, and it’s obviously a very interesting move by Google. Seeing their vision of what a modern mobile device should be — and how far Google feel they […]

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Applications

The one good thing with Windows Mobile: ActiveSync

That’s the one good thing with Windows Mobile. ActiveSync. Your contacts sync correctly. Same with Nokia handsets running Mail For Exchange. It all just works. Every since I arsed about trying to get Google, Plaxo, Apple Address Book AND Exchange to sync… big screw ups. BIG BIG screw ups. iTunes and Google repeatedly sync and […]

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Applications

One reason why Symbian (and DeFi Mobile) is totally screwed at the moment

“Try out DeFi Mobile,” recommends our very own Jonathan Jensen. It sorts out the automatic logging-in to wifi hotspots on your Nokia, amongst other things. “Right, I’ll give it a go,” I say. I flick up Google on the N95 8GB. I type in ‘DeFi Mobile’. And I’m downlaoding a sodding full size full screen […]