In 2015, research firm Gfk reported that year-on-year growth in the smartphone market would decline as the market reached saturation point. This temporary decline in growth was anticipated as the technology behind smartphones continues to stagnate, meaning that new mobile releases lack any noticeable upgrades or key differential features.
Gaming is a popular use for some of today’s newest trends in technology. Laptops first made it possible to use the internet for a myriad of tasks using a wireless connection.
Siri loves Nokia and tells the world that the Nokia Lumia 900 is in fact the best smartphone.
Need a bit of extra cash and have an iPhone lying around, why not look to selling this online and pocket some easy cash.
BlackBerry EMEA’s vice president of marketing, Rory O’Neill announces news on RIM’s new product set at MWC Barcelona last month.
Want to learn if you Apple mac has been infected by a Trojan? Well we aim to inform our readers of this news that many 100’s of thousands of mac owners could be unaware of a Trojan within their device.
O2 signs a five year deal with UK McDonalds to provide high speed Wi-Fi internet access to patrons of their UK restaurants if they sign up to the O2 offer.
What can mobile technology do for your business? Many want to know the answer and Mike Grebennikov is all too happy to discuss options.
The new iPad is out but is it really worth purchasing we take a look at the new tablet from Apple and see of there are any major reasons to make the upgrade?
RIM will go back to their roots and look to the corporate world and more collaboration in order to gain momentum and be seen as the device and O/S for business, but is this too little too late?
Alcatel-Lucent and AirTight Networks are offering designs that address the ever growing trend that is bring-your-own-device (BYOD) which is putting more and more pressure on networks.
Twitter could become a mess if more and more cyber criminals continue to hijack the service and create problems for the micro blogging site in terms of security risks.
The Wi-Fi contract for the London Underground that has been the target for a number of companies has been awarded to Virgin Media, giving them permission to install their services at 120 stations.
We interview Bill Kakis of Mobile Elephant and learn in depth knowledge and insights about mobile marketing for small businesses and larger organisations, covering SMS, QR codes, NFC, Rich media.