O2 launched their new google+ plus page with the excellent news that the galaxy nexus will indeed be hitting uk shores from 17 november. It also appears that. Both Vodafone and 3 will also be stocking the handset.
Back in the day, before Take That had reunited but after Robbie had tried (unsuccessfully) to crack the US market, the Motorola RAZR was the mobile phone to have. Its back, it doesn’t flip, but is it any good?
Oh no! Some bad news has come through from Amazon informing us that the shipping date for the new Galaxy Nexus has been pushed back to the 2nd of December. I am so gutted about the delay I used CAPS in my headline for this...
This week sees the launch of the latest app to come out of the burgeoning London startup market. Dubbed “Hailo”, the app for iphone and android allows users to order and pay for London’s black cabs who are also members of the service. What is different about this one is that backed and run by some top players in the mobile tech market and really shows it.
(Disclaimer: This an app worked on by a company employing one of the writers of this blog. – this does not affect the content of the blog post) For ATP Tennis fans out there, Corona, one of the gold sponsors for the app has produced an app that lets top 10 users compete to win tickets for the ATP finals.
Bought a super phone? Bet you like the other 84%* of people who still use the standard cheap earphones that come in the box and are missing out on whole world of sound. Good news is that there is a whole world of audio bliss available just a click away.