We know, from their slap-fight with AT&T over one particular customer, that T-Mobile loves Twitter. Their CEO is a hash tagging machine, and their PR crew has a solid presence there
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While the iPhone 5s is outselling the iPhone 5c, the latter device is bringing more new users to the iOS platform. While Android is still the leading platform across Europe, the release of the 5s and 5c have provided a significant boost to Apple.
LG has just unveiled its new LG Tone Ultra Bluetooth headset that boasts of delivering quality audio and ergonomic comfort. The Tone Ultra is the company’s third entry in its series of uniquely shaped headsets. The most eye-catching part of the Tone Ultra and its older siblings is the form
As much as we say that Black Friday isn't really a thing over here in Europe, some of the retailers this side of the Atlantic are getting into the spirit of it. One such is Stormfront, an Apple reseller that is hosting a one-day shopping event today only promising savings on Mac, iPad and iPod as well as 10% off all accessories
While users in the US are quite content with single SIM devices, other major markets seem to be steadily adding dual SIM options even on flagship smartphones. Following the footsteps of its Chinese sibling, a new model of the HTC One has arrived in the UK carrying dual SIM slots, a microSD slot, and the disappearance of LTE.
With a slogan such as “unlike”, you know that Jolla wants to set itself apart from others.
With Google Wallet cards arriving to consumers this week (we got ours last night), Visa has attacked on the other side. Introducing V.me, Visa is set to offer an online payment solution to rival the likes of Google, Amazon, and PayPal. The service recently launched in parts of Europe, and offers a secure way to pay for goods online.
Smartphone shipments are poised to reach 1 billion units for 2013, according to new research by IDC. The research leo suggests that 1.7 billion devices will be sent out worldwide by 2017, with emerging markets to thank for the boom. Though more units are shipped, the current profit margins may not be realized.
The enterprise market for mobile devices is heating up, according to ABI research. The firm says that current sales of Android devices as they relate to enterprise solutions is roughly $54 billion. That’s expected to rise to $92 billion by 2018.