Long suffering handset manufacturer Motorola has announced it is set to slash employee numbers again in a desperate bid to cut costs. It appears that the company has finally identified that it’s spending far too much money writing, maintaining and supporting an unprecedented number of device platforms (currently 15 to be exact). The plan going [...]
Vodafone have released a new USB modem in their mobile broadband line up. The new modem has been manufactured by Option, a shift from Huawei who have made the majority of Vodafone 3G broadband devices in the last 18 months. The Option K3760 is small and sleek, and easily fits into a pocket or laptop [...]
It appears the first security hole in Google’s Android platform has been discovered by security consultants Independent Security Evaluators.
Google have released a version of their popular geospatial application Google Earth for the iPhone. Google Earth first found its way on to our desktops back in 2005 and has become one of the most proclaimed internet based applications of the moment. Now it’s found its way on to the iPhone, further enhancing what is already an [...]
HSBC has become the first bank to offer a UK business banking service optimised for viewing on a BlackBerry. HSBC’s Commercial Banking arm says its business customers can now monitor all their crucial transactions through the new (and entirely free) service.
BlackBerry creator Research In Motion has partnered up with DeviceAnywhere to test their forthcoming applications for the BlackBerry Application Center, due for release early next year.
Images of what is believed to be part of Nokia’s next round of smartphones appeared on a variety of tech websites today. It’s been common knowledge that this new smartphone, the E63, has been in development for some time, however these are among the first solid shots of the device.
Samsung Mobile have unveiled their latest smartphone device this week at London’s Symbian Smartphone Show. This new model, called the i7110, is their latest smartphone offering and comes packed with a strong feature set.
Pending the outcome of this amendment, it may be possible to use a mobile phone at 30,000ft on the other side of the World.
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ft4MtAl4BG4 The Vodafone/RIM marketing machine is no doubt well in motion as yet another advert for the BlackBerry Storm surfaces. This three minute advert is perhaps the most comprehensive walkthrough of the BlackBerry Storm OS yet, and there’s certainly a hint of ‘iPhone’ about some of its characteristics.