Tagged By smartphone

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Sony Xperia Z Review Roundup

By Shem Pennant,

We had a play with Sony Xperia Z, most of which involved dunking the giant smartphone into tanks of water and marvelling at how it still functioned. Packing a huge screen, great camera and a zippy processor it’s everything you… Read article

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Accel’s Voyager: Connected Car Smartphone Technology

By Andy Mossack,

Considering integrated GPS and mobile telephony has been around for many years now, we all have something we use in our cars for hands free communications or navigation, via either Bluetooth connectivity or built right into the car’s console display… Read article

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AirStash A02: Stream Theatre

By Shem Pennant,

I’ve just purchased an iPad mini. And in a dramatic break with tradition I didn’t max out on storage space as I have with pretty much every other Apple device I’ve purchased since my first foray into Mac Life in… Read article

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Hue light up my life – Philips lightbulb technology

By Shem Pennant,

I spent almost two hours talking about lightbulbs yesterday and didn’t yawn once. “Impossible” you cry, but oddly enough it’s true. Philips invited me into a tucked away Central London to meet “hue”, the latest and greatest in lightbulb technology…. Read article

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ASUS PadFone 2: Two Become One

By Hannah Braime,

Asus have unveiled the PadFone 2, the follow-up to the successful original PadFone. Combining an Android smartphone and a dockable tablet for ultimate mobile flexibility, this new PadFone model comes with a range of specifications designed to improve performance and… Read article

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ZTE Grand X: Redefining medium range

By Shem Pennant,

I’ve been meeting with ZTE on and off for the past few years to play with their latest handsets. Normally they trot out a decent, affordable but decidedly low-end handset like the F930 or the ZTE racer. Nice but nothing… Read article

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Review: Griffin in-car smartphone mounts

By Mark Pilkington,

We got our hands on two of Griffin’s recently released hands-free mobile car kits. Aircurve Window Mount, RRP £24.99: Designed for the iPhone 4 and 4S, the Aircurve has been designed to cradle your phone securely and increase its audio… Read article

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HTC One S review: Recipe for a great handset

By Andrew Rafter,

HTC had a difficult time during 2011; too many handsets watered down their brand and subsequently saw the Asian handset maker lose market share to both Apple and Samsung. Well, they’re back with a new focus and three new handsets… Read article