LG’s Smartphone sales help despite poor TV sales over the year

LG’s profit fell 22 percent year-on-year as a stagnant TV market offset the company’s resurgent mobile business. Despite shipping 10.3 million smartphones in Q1 2013 in what the company describes as its best perform...
by Dave Thornton
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BB7 to Coexist with BB10 in Emerging Markets

With the release of the long-awaited Z10, which is powered with the new BB10 software, BlackBerry understands that its BB7 operating system is still great. That’s why BlackBerry has decided to keep the BB7 operating system ar...
by Joshua LaRose
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Streaming-Music Services Increasing in Volume

There are a lot of streaming-radio services out there (e.g., Pandora, Slacker Radio, Spotify), so why not add another? Apple is planning on doing just that. It was released by The Verge that Apple has made substantial progress ...
by Joshua LaRose
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TalkTalk moves over to O2 to offer 4G plans

TalkTalk has used Vodafone’s infrastructure to underpin its own network since 2010, but it’s now decided to go with O2’s 3G/4G network. TalkTalk offers mobile plans alongside its TV, phone and internet packages. ...
by Dave Thornton
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Samsung looks towards SK Hynix for mobile DRAM

Samsung who until now used in-house produced DRAM for its mobile devices has hinted to purchase chips from SK Hynix. JK Shin said to Reuters that they’re considering to purchase mobile DRAM from SK Hynix and could also use it...
by Dave Thornton
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BlackBerry R10 caught ‘Red’ handed

The yet to be announced cheaper BB10 phone — the R10 or R-series — has been caught in a shinny red color on Instagram. This device is expected to be the third member of the BlackBerry 10 family, following the releas...
by Joshua LaRose
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Opera releases first mobile browser based on Webkit-engine

Opera today released the first beta version of its Webkit-engine based mobile browser for Android. The browser has a new look, new features and now offers HTML5 support. The new version of Opera is special because it uses the W...
by Barry Oosterbosch
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Adobe Photoshop Touch now available for phone

Adobe has released Photoshop Touch for Phone today, a companion app to its iPad and Android tablet program’s of the same name. The new phone version will bring joy to those who love to snap pictures on the go. The app sha...
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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