Tagged By mobile

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Motorola Moto X review round-up

By David Nield,

Under Google’s brief stewardship of Motorola (May 2012 to January 2014), two handsets reached the market: the budget Moto G and the more premium Moto X. The Moto X is the second one to arrive in Britain (in the US,… Read article

android 4.4

The best features in Android KitKat 4.4

By David Nield,

New versions of Android don’t arrive with the same kind of hullabaloo as they used to, nor it would seem the same numerical significance. After Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 and Jelly Bean 4.1-4.3, the newest kid on the block is… Read article

yuilop

Yuilop UK Launches Free Cloud-Based Mobile Numbers

By Neil Cumins,

When Skype was launched a decade ago, it heralded a new concept in mobile communications. Now, its pioneering template of free internet-based conversations has been taken to another level by the launch of yuilop – a free cloud-based communications platform… Read article

bruton

Brunton’s Pocket-Size Hydrogen Reactor Charger

By Neil Cumins,

Hydrogen has long been hailed as the power source of the future. This abundantly available element can be fused with oxygen to provide a limitless supply of clean energy, but its use has hitherto been confined to expensive prototypes. However,… Read article

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CineLite: Great Mobile Tracking Shots

By Shem Pennant,

A great dolly shot is an essential weapon in a cinematographer’s arsenal and Vacion brings this range of movement to mobile videography with the CineLite camera slider. Much like the full-size sliders used by video professionals, the CineLite allows for… Read article

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Stock Android: Pros and Cons

By David Nield,

The Nexus 4 comes with stock Android, but now more phones are getting in on the act. Once the exclusive preserve of Nexus-branded devices (and rooters), the stock version of Android is set to appear on the Samsung Galaxy S4,… Read article

1stfone

1stFone Mobile for 4-9 Year Olds

By Christopher Davies,

Gadgets don’t tend to cause a lot of controversy. Their uses and applications may be called into question sometimes, but an actually device is usually free from any condemnation or disapproval. However you get the feeling that a mobile phone… Read article

Global-Gig

Globalgig: International Wifi On The Go

By Andy Mossack,

I think I’ve contracted a new illness. The very thought of having no wi fi signal brings palpitations and beads of sweat. I feel locked out; marooned; isolated from my world. Perhaps there’s a medical name for it, but  It’s… Read article

TU-GO

O2’s ‘TU Go’ App: Make Any Device Your Phone

By David Nield,

O2 has launched a new app for iOS, Android and Windows 7 PCs that lets you text and call from multiple devices and computers using your existing mobile number. UK customers on pay monthly contracts simply plug their details into… Read article

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Swivl for iPhone – Get Yourself in the Movies

By Naomi Mackay,

It’s not easy to capture yourself on a video camera – and if you want to film yourself – or others – practicing your dance moves maybe, or just have a hands-free video call, there’s a nifty accessory made for… Read article