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BlackBerry Passport redefines productivity for mobile professionals

BlackBerry Passport redefines productivity for mobile professionals

Continuing its strategy to arm mobile professionals with tools that make them more productive, BlackBerry has launched the BlackBerry Passport.

Acer Liquid Z500 Smartphone: Best entertainment anytime and anywhere

Acer Liquid Z500 Smartphone: Best entertainment anytime and anywhere

Listening to music, streaming movies or taking photos –Liquid Z500 is stocked with the whole world of entertainment.

The Sony Xperia E3 smartphone

The Sony Xperia E3 smartphone

The Sony Xperia E3 provides unmatched entertainment with fun features including creative camera apps. Its ultra-fast performance and 4G connection also allows consumers to experience all its features in full throttle. With a quality flagship design body to complement, Xperia E3 is the ultimate smartphone for young consumers, without an expensive price tag.

Apple iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus - The biggest advancements in iPhone history

Apple iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus - The biggest advancements in iPhone history

The Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, are the biggest advancements in iPhone history, featuring two new models with stunning 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch Retina HD displays, and packed with innovative technologies in an all-new dramatically thin and seamless design.

Mobile phone theft paper highlights models targeted by thieves

Home Secretary Theresa May has published a paper including a Mobile Phone Theft Ratio that shows which handsets may be most likely to be targeted by thieves.

Apple iPhone 6 set to take biggest bite out of mobile phone insurance claims

Smartphone insurance claims are expected to peak across September as Apple launches the iPhone 6 – with consumer demand set to create a notable rise in accidents, losses and thefts.

EE revamps pay as you go market with 4g packs

EE revamps pay as you go market with 4g packs

EE has launched a range of market leading Pay As You Go (PAYG) packs with 4G included in all at no extra cost – starting from just £1 per week.

Top 10 mobile phone FAQs

Top 10 mobile phone FAQs

When you’re buying a new mobile, things can get a bit confusing. There’s so many different phones out there, that you’re not so likely to pick out the best one at first.

Liquid Leap - Acer’s first-ever wearable device

Liquid Leap - Acer’s first-ever wearable device

Acer’s first-ever wearable device Liquid Leap, as well as the company’s thinnest smartphone to date Liquid Jade, will be available in Europe starting September 7, 2014.

Samsung Galaxy Alpha available to pre-order in the UK from 28 August

Samsung Galaxy Alpha available to pre-order in the UK from 28 August

Samsung has announced that the Galaxy Alpha will be available to pre-order in the UK on the Samsung e-store and selected partners from Thursday 28th August.

Samsung Galaxy Alpha, the evolution of Galaxy Design

Samsung Galaxy Alpha, the evolution of Galaxy Design

Samsung redefines its smartphone design with a stunning new look featuring sophisticated design techniques and compact construction.

3D screens?! Smartphone makers should focus on the basics to win us over

With 3D graphics, eyeball scrolling and flexible glass no longer merely futuristic concepts but incorporated into our smartphones, mobiles are getting more sophisticated all the time.

No longer Britain’s favourite mobile: iPhone 5s knocked off its perch

After a staggering nine months at the top of the charts, the iPhone 5S has finally been knocked off its perch by cheaper sibling handset the iPhone 5C, according to the uSwitch.com Mobile Tracker, which is based on live searches, pre-orders and sales.

iBeacons - What you need to know

Nope that’s not an air freshener on the wall in Tesco’s, it’s an iBeacon - Apple’s newest way to provide iPhone users and other iOS devices location based information via Bluetooth low-energy wireless technology.

Mobile and internet services now 'essential' to consumers

UK consumers believe that they can't do without the internet and mobile phones, new Ofcom research reveals.