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Where to get the best iPhone 3.0 OS news coverage *updated*

What sites are you using to find out about the latest iPhone 3.0 OS news? That’s the question I posed earlier on Twitter and got some super suggestions. @Vojtech over in Prague had this suggestion: RT @arstechnica: Live Ars Technica coverage of Apple’s iPhone OS 3.0 event – http://ping.fm/Ia7Sc And Ars Technica, Engadget, Friendfeed, Techmeme […]

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The best handset for ShoZu, ever?

I’m looking for your assistance. As part of the MIR ShoZu Campaign, we will be giving away a handset every week shortly. Exact details are coming soon, but before then, I need to determine the best handset most appropriate for ShoZu use. And then go and buy them. What’s your recommendation? Nokia N82? The trusty […]

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Devices

The best thing Motorola could do is go fully Android. Discuss.

I paid the 500 quid for the StarTac back in 1999. It was a brilliant, revolutionary handset. My favourite feature was the fact it carried a credit card sized sim card. Not that useful but I liked the concept. Of course the form factor was simply amazing. I was the coolest kid at University College […]

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The best ‘mobile’ handset on the planet

The Iridium 9555. It’s just launched and it’s the smallest, lightest handset that Iridium have ever offered. As I found out when I tested one of their other older handsets earlier this summer, there ain’t nothing better than a Sat Phone. It puts your average top of the range Nokia to shame through sheer connectivity […]

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Operators

What’s the best deal in the UK for £30 a month?

A friend of my wife’s has emailed. She’s just finished 18 months of contractual service with Orange and the company that sold her the deal has phoned her up again, wanting to flog another contract. They’re offering her 600 minutes (I imagine cross-network) along with unlimited text messaging for £30 a month. And, I suspect, […]

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Services

US DMA: Texting gets best response

This news, reported by Jack Loechner at MediaPost, might well get the attention of the mainstream advertising and marketing communities. According to the Direct Marketing Association, 24 percent of mobile phone users surveyed online have responded to mobile marketing. The DMA quantitative mobile marketing research found that 70 percent of consumers who have responded to […]