Latest Mobile Phones & Kit


BlueAnt T1 Bluetooth headset review

By Shem Pennant,

Bluetooth headsets get a bit of a bad rap – mostly because they make you look at little bit silly (make up your own tired reference to the Borg and Bankers). But they are useful when you want to have… Read article


Out of this world? The Samsung Galaxy S II

By Naomi Mackay,

The very slimline (8.49mm and the slimmest in the world according to Samsung) Android handset features Android 2.3 Gingerbread as well as a speedy dual-core 1GHz Samsung chip along with a generous 1Gb of AM. While reviewers loved the original… Read article


Doro: Accessible mobile phones for the elderly

By Shem Pennant,

Latest Gadgets had a little bit of a sit down chat over olives with Doro MD Chris Millington about their new range of accessible mobile phones. There are few things more sexy in the tech world than the Dieter Rams-a-riffic… Read article


The Moshi Moshi 05 mobile handset. Now you’re talking!

By Andy Mossack,

Since when did handsets go designer? In age when traditional telephone handsets are looked upon with scorn by the wearers of small sleek earphones with mikes; (you know the sort; they walk along the street apparently talking to themselves) along… Read article


Mini in the Box: Cheap iPad accessories

By Shem Pennant,

Useful as iPads are (and before you complain, for the most part they are useful) they can often be augmented with a carefully made accessory – hence the thriving third party eco-system of cases, stands and what have you. But… Read article


iPhone case roundup

By Gabrielle Pickard,

Sprucing up an iPhone whilst giving it extra protection is all the rage at the moment with a whole host of cases bombarding their way onto the market. LG looks at some of the best cases to give your iPhone… Read article


Blackberry music apps roundup

By Chris Cope,

The BlackBerry, whilst enjoying some redeeming features, is seemingly lagging behind the likes of the iPhone when it comes to apps by a number of miles, puffing and panting, sweating and shaking. The race is pretty much over – but… Read article