Ofcom want 4G to be available to at least 98% of the UK population in a revised proposal ahead of the expected auction of the various spectrum’s at the end of 2012.
Weird science. Nano technology comes to smartphones as new proposals aim to heal broken cells at micro level for devices that have stopped working due to the minutest of cell damage.
Fujitsu Quad-Core smartphone released at CES 2012. We examine what this new entrant to the smartphone device world is doing with the new device to make it appealing.
Can an iPad survive being dropped from space? G-Form have proven that an iPad that is dropped from the edges of space can indeed survive the fall so long as the device has a protective case unsurprisingly made by the firm dropping it.
The new Huawei Ascend P1 S is due for release soon and will be the first foray into the smartphone marketplace for the Chinese manufacturer of mobile technology.
The Lenovo K800 makes a first appearance at the CES show in Las Vegas as the old Laptop manufacturer gets in bed with Intel to try and steal some thunder away from the rest of the mobile rat pack that currently dominate this exciting mobile technology marketplace.
The US release of the Samsung Galaxy Note is expected to be pretty soon after the guys at Samsung just confirmed that the phone would be released on AT&T’s 4G network soon. No pricing has emerged just yet though.
Samsung are to launch a white version of the popular Nexus model to UK buyers in February, but will the US version of the Galaxy Nexus, going by the name of Prime also get the same treatment?
Ericsson’s Networked Futures is an interesting high brow concept that brings together video and graphics as well as thought leaders to discuss and open debate on the future of the planet now we are all so intertwined with technology.
HTC are looking set to release at least one monster of smartphone at the MWC in Barcelona this February.
Ever wanted to learn what Kodak actually brought to the world? We give you a list of key milestones that Kodak developed and brought to the world before they hit troubled waters in the last few years.
Kodak the once great imaging and technology company who invented the worlds first digital camera, look set to file for bankruptcy according to the Wall Street Journal. We examine the downfall of a tech giant.
The Aakash tablet from UK based Datawind is in such high demand that the company behind the cut price tablet are said to be creating three more factories to keep up with demand. And were warned they were under attack on the first day of selling the tablet online.
Are you looking forward to the arrival of the next Samsung Galaxy S series phone? It would seem that the new smartphone could be getting launched in February and could be in the flavour of two models with one 3D enabled.