Tech heads have been awaiting the launch of the new First Else Smartphone for months now, and small wonder. If it’s half as good as its makers Else (formerly Emblaze) say it is the iPhone had better watch out. The biggest selling point is its new linux-based operating system, named Else Intuition. The much vaunted … Continue reading First Else Smartphone: Something else?
With the iPhone currently seeming near uncatchable in terms of branding, even companies with established names within mobile technology must resort to good old-fashioned ingenuity to widen their slice of the smartphone market pie. Rather than following the popular trend of churning out a phone that looks a bit like an iPhone but has a … Continue reading Access and Emblaze Mobile release ‘Else Intuition’
Since the launch of Apple’s all-conquering handset, there’s been less of a gap and more of an aching chasm between the iPhone and other smartphones on the market. As rival manufacturers begin to make up some of the ground on the so-called ‘Jesus gadget’ there’s been an explosion in the number of cleverly connected devices … Continue reading Sony Ericsson’s Xperia X2 keeps WM6.5 fire burning
The iPhone has come a long way in recent years, with video, apps and skins to name a few milestones. So when we spied the cryptically-named Crabble iPhone accessory we were mystified how a credit card-sized wedge of polypropylene could dare try to resolve the one issue we had with our smartphone and penetrate where … Continue reading iOwner wrist cramp? Take a stand with Crabble
Online video, as we are often told is the future of broadcast. With heavyweights such as YouTube introducing 1080p streaming next week and the growing ubiquity of broadband, new and exciting distribution technologies are popping up on a weekly basis. Producers of online content were giving yet another weapon in their growing arsenal last week as … Continue reading LiveStream brings streaming video to iPhone
Blessed for its simplicity and effortlessness, even the most techno-phobic, gadget gormless and mobile-phone moronic of users could find their way around a BlackBerry with ease and without frustration. With its touch-screen display it may take little while longer for clumsier of fingers to master the new BlackBerry Storm2 9520’s responsiveness, but once mastered, there … Continue reading BlackBerry’s successor is causing a storm
Not content with only allowing XBox users the chance to view their wares, Sky are now offering iPhone devotees the opportunity to stream live TV right into their palm. Channels such as Sky News, as well as their Sky Sports package, will be available via subscription, allowing you to watch top football action whilst on … Continue reading Sky Mobile TV comes to App Store