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Sainsbury’s app will allow you to pay as you shop

Sainsbury’s, one of the top four Supermarkets in the UK is set to trial a new smartphone app that will let you Pay-as-you-Shop. Having picked your groceries up the last thing you want to do is queue at the checkout right!  W...
by Dave Thornton
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Gameloft has 10 games ready for Nexus Player launch day

Gameloft announced today that it has worked closely with Google to bring ten of its games to the Nexus player, successfully shoring up the device’s launch day gaming catalog. If you are lucky enough to snatch up one of th...
by Ryan Oneill
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Amazon UK now selling the Fire Phone as well as other O2 devices

Amazon is now offering it’s Fire Phone to UK customers but only if your happy to be tied to O2. The Fire Phone arrives in 32GB and 64GB variants for £400/£480 respectively without a contract. You can also pick up the ph...
by Ryan Oneill
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Google Nexus 6 – Nexus 9 and Android 5 unveiled today

Google has unveiled a host of new devices all running its new Android 5.0 operating system. Initially teased under the name Android L, the preview version has now matured to become Lollipop, a name only now made public today. G...
by Dave Thornton
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WeTransfer goes mobile, with iOS to start with Android coming

The desktop file transfer service WeTransfer has released its first mobile app, offering iOS users the ability to send up to 10GB worth of photos and videos from their devices. The Amsterdam-based company has until now provided...
by Dave Thornton
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Inq the UK mobile and app company closing down

UK based mobile maker Inq will close its doors today, after six years of trading. It’s always a sad day when a UK company closes its doors. Trying to get into the smartphone market is tough. While apps Material will also clos...
by Dave Thornton
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Chrome apps coming to Android and iOS and devices

Google, has decided to launch a conversion tool called ToDos that uses Apache Cordova to allow Chrome’s HTML5-based apps to run on two of the world’s most popular platforms. It’s pretty much ready for prime time, allowing...
by Dave Thornton
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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
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Dropbox app updated, now allows friends to share folders

Dropbox has updated its Android application a couple of days ago to add in a much-wanted feature; folder sharing on mobile devices. Previously, you’d have to wait until you were near a laptop or desktop to publicly share fold...
by Dave Thornton
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