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What Does a Phone Browser Need to Work Well on a Mobile Platform?

  There are a number of things that are taken into consideration when designers are creating a mobile browser. Habits and interests differ somewhat between those who use a mobile internet browser more than a PC or Mac based equivalent and vice versa. As it stands there are a few big points that it is […]

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How Will iOS 6 Compare to Android?

The interminable battle for supremacy between Android and iOS is showing no signs of stopping in the foreseeable future. Android and iOS are both fantastic operating systems, which stand leagues apart from outdated systems like Symbian and even the BlackBerry OS. Only Windows Phone shows any signs of being able to compete with the two […]

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The Best Windows Phone Handsets

There’s a lot of excitement about mobile phones running Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7.5 operating system right now, particularly the Nokia Lumia 900 and HTC Titan II. Neither of these impressive devices is available in the UK yet. In fact, they don’t even have UK release dates yet, largely because both are intended to run on […]

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Intel Reveals Reference Phone & Tablets

In the mobile market, one company dominates more than any other. It’s not a handset manufacturer like Samsung or Apple, it’s UK-based ARM who license their processors and system-on-chip configurations to every major mobile manufacturer who then turn it into their own creations, including Qualcomm’s Snapdragon and Apple’s A5. Intel, who is one of the […]

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Microsoft Construct 6 Story Windows Phone in NYC

To celebrate the launch of the latest version of Windows Phone, Mango, Microsoft have unveiled one of their biggest marketing spectacles yet: A six story tall Windows Phone replica in New York’s Herald Square. The launch was timed to coincide with three new Windows Phones in the U.S. market: The Samsung Focus Flash, Focus S […]

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Siri Compatible with iPhone 4

  We’ve received word that the iPhone 4 and iPod Touch have confirmed to be 100% compatible with Siri, the digital assistant which Apple sells as an iPhone 4S exclusive on the basis of hardware compatibility. A clever hacking team made the announcement yesterday, showing off videos of Siri in action on an iPhone 4 […]

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In a Mistake by Apple, Regional Provider C Spire to Sell the iPhone 4S

In a surprising move, Apple has announced that C Spire Wireless, the eighth largest phone provider in the country, will soon start selling the iPhone 4S. At a time when all major phone companies are eagerly seeking to sell Apple’s newest mobile product, the announcement comes as a snub to larger providers such as U.S. […]

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Would the iPhone 4S Have Been So Successful if Steve Jobs Hadn’t Died?

If you look around the internet right now, people are tip-toeing around the death of Steve Jobs, and trying not to write anything ‘bad’ about him. Yes he was a great innovator, but he wasn’t all that. That’s just my opinion though, I’m sure a lot of people will disagree with that. There’s a question […]

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Netflix Rolls Out New Watch Instantly Interface and It’s Horrible

So a little bit ago I got a huge surprise when I went to watch something on Netflix via Watch Instantly, they updated the interface. I have to ask why they did this? Seriously, who does their quality control? Did they even ask people about this interface before launching it? I think it’s horrible. Look […]

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Netflix on the Wii

So yesterday I got my Wii disc from Netflix, and today I’ve got many screenshots for you of the interface. You could call it a review or maybe an overview, but this will show you everything you need to know about it I hope.. Using Netflix on the Wii is obviously not going to be […]

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