Ofcom setting out new guidelines that will allow customers to ditch contracts if prices are raised

The only people that benifit from price hikes are the company’s doing it. It seems UK regulator Ofcom feel the same way as they are to set out new guidance for mobile, broadband and landline suppliers. The new plans will ...
by Ryan Oneill
0

 
 

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 caught out in the wild

Some amazing leaked photo’s have shown up today of the up and coming iPad mini challenger known as the Galaxy Note 8. These pictures surfaced today from Italian site dday.it. As you can see those lovely rounded edges wit...
by Ryan Oneill
0

 
 

Does Oppo’s next phone have super thin bezels?

Oppo certainly loves to tease it’s fanbase and it seems the trend continues as Chinese tech writers recently received photographs from an “anonymous” source. The unknown device is running Oppo’s ColorOS ...
by Ryan Oneill
0

 

 

The first 4G LTE phone in the UK, HTC One XL, launches next month

Hi Guy’s and Gal’s, following on from my previous article regarding 4G networks coming to the U.K, they’ve had 4G LTE in the U.S. for a while now and have been enjoying blazing fast speeds in many cities acros...
by Jonny Polea
0

 
 

Ofcom Rules to Protect Consumers And Small Business’s starts today

Consumers and small business’s who enter into a mobile, broadband or landline contract from today, Thursday 23rd January 2014 will be allowed to exit that commitment without penalty if their provider increases the monthly...
by Dave Thornton
0

 
 

HTC One X Review

So here it is the long awaited HTC One X from HTC’s new One series lineup. Well there is one thing for sure when it comes to HTC they have had a terrible time of it lately to many handset releases and none that have that ...
by Ryan Oneill
0

 

 

Snapchat for Android gets updated

Snapchat for Android has been given an update today that cleans up the user interface and adds gesture based navigation. The new Holo UI looks very like the iOS version and the update has given the whole app a going over with n...
by Ryan Oneill
0

 
 

‘HTC First’ Calls ‘Facebook Home’

Well, it’s official. The HTC First will be the first phone that has Facebook Home preinstalled. It will be released on the AT&T network on April 12, for $99. It will also be released in Europe soon; however, the date has ...
by Joshua LaRose
0

 
 

Phonebloks: like a Lego smartphone you can change when you feel like it

Now there have been a lot of awesome startups flying around these days but Phonebloks is one I sure hope makes it into production. Phonebloks is a smartphone that you can configure and then reconfigure as you feel the need. No ...
by Ryan Oneill
0