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  • News: 52 great phone apps for St Patrick's day

    Use these Android, BlackBerry, iPhone, and Palm apps to locate the nearest pub, play drinking games, cure a hangover, or find a whole host of merrymaking activities. Trust us, it's what St Patrick would have wanted.

  • News: Apple leads smartphone sales smash

    Smartphone sales surged in the last three months of 2009, with 25 percent more sold than in the preceding quarter. Apple's iPhone, the BlackBerry and even Nokia were the overall winners.

  • News: Google Nexus One delayed in UK until mid-April

    Google's 'superphone', the Nexus One, is unlikely to meet its original UK shipping deadline of mid-march, the search engine has revealed.

  • News: The 10 best BlackBerry apps for travelling

    Before your next trip, check out 10 of the best travel-minded mobile applications for BlackBerry smartphones.

  • News: The 19 strangest gadgets

    If you're a gadget fan, then you're sure to know all about phones, digital cameras and even games consoles. But what do you know about weird tech?

  • News: iPhone to get multitasking apps, says report

    Apple's iPhone will finally support multitasking for third-party apps as part of its iPhone OS 4.0 release, according to one of many rumours surfacing as interest in what's next for the iPhone mounts.

  • News: Opera Mini 5 hits Google Android phones

    Opera has released a beta version of its Mini 5 Web browser for Android-based smartphones, the company said on Thursday.

  • News: Motorola puts Bing on Google Android phones

    Motorola will start loading Microsoft's search and map services onto its Android smartphones in China, bringing more non-Google services to the phones amid a row between Google and China.

  • News: iPhone, Android, BlackBerry hurt Windows phone

    Apple, Google and RIM are growing their shares of the US smartphone operating system market, while Microsoft and Palm decline. The comScore data for the three-month average ending this January also shows Motorola maintaining its lead as top mobile handset manufacturer.

  • News: Sony coy about PS3 mobile phone

    Sony Ericsson officials stopped short of confirming a recent report that the company is developing a smartphone that can download and play PlayStation games, saying only that the company is working closely with Sony on handset access to PlayStation games.

  • Opinion: Smartphone focus: Waking up to mobile

    If you didn't get the message when the iPhone was released, and you still didn't realise what was happening when Android arrived, Windows Phone 7 has to be your wake-up call. Mobile is no longer just the future. Its time is now.

  • News: Lip-reading technology to be used in mobile phones?

    Researchers have unveiled lip-reading technology, which could be integrated into a mobile phone, allowing users to have 'silent conversations'.

  • Opinion: Will the Apple iPad sell?

    Apple's iPad will fly off the shelves when it goes on sale, and will build momentum through the back-to-school and into Christmas selling seasons, analysts have predicted.

  • News: Windows Mobile apps won't run on Windows Phone 7

    Microsoft has finally officially revealed that existing applications won't work on Windows Phone 7.

  • News: Analysis: Why iPhone users jailbreak their phones

    We look at the trend for jailbreaking iPhones and why users seek more than the unlocked capabilities Apple's iPhone 3.0 offers.

  • News: 7 Google Android devices that aren't mobile phones

    Google Android isn't just the name on everyone's lips when it comes to mobile phones. The open-source OS has also made it on to mobile internet entertainment devices, netbooks and other gadgets. We've rounded up 7 gadgets that run Android but aren't mobile phones.

  • News: Five ways to keep your BlackBerry secure

    RIM, or BlackBerry, may have the reputation of making some of the most secure handheld devices on the market, but no amount of functions can prevent a careless user from making their smartphone paradise for hackers. We've got five tips to help you secure your BlackBerry and ensure it's 'for your eyes only'.

  • News: Solar-powered mobiles to hit UK by 2011?

    Solar-powered mobile phones could hit the UK as early as 2011, says Intivation.

  • News: Google Buzz iPhone app launched

    Google has unveiled an iPhone app for its Buzz social network.

  • News: Sony to rival Apple with iPad-like device?

    Sony plans to follow in Apple's footsteps by unveiling a smartphone that plays PlayStation games, as well as a device to compete with the iPad this year, says the Wall Street Journal.



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