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Apple iPad Mini Launch Event, 23rd Oct (Confirmed)

The time has come for all you Apple fans to indulge in another Apple Event, this time we will be looking at the anticipated Apple iPad Mini, amongst a few other products that will be highlighted at this second conference in the past two months. The event has now been officially confirmed by Apple, and […]

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More iPhone 5 Complaints: Date and Time Settings

I have just picked up on some more iPhone 5 complaints that have come rolling in, this time it focuses on the date and time settings, especially those that are on Verizon networks. So to me that would instantly link the iPhone 5’s compatibility with the carrier, rather than anything else. Having a look over […]

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Japanese firm to buy a majority-plus share in Sprint

It might be nice for Americans if the cell phone service market remained relatively stable, but alas, such will probably never be the case.  The latest example of a large change-up among major cell phone providers is this week’s announcement that a significant portion of Sprint is due to be sold to SoftBank, a Japanese […]

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Telus to scrap cell phone activation fees

Telus Corp, the third biggest cell phone provider in the whole of the United States, is to scrap its activation fees for brand new accounts in an attempt to win brownie points with consumers in a decision that is likely to be echoed by its major competitors.

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Listen To Music In The Shower With iShower

How many of you like to sing in the shower? I know I tend to get carried away sometimes. How about if you actually had some music to sing-a-long with? Well for $99.99 you could invest in an iShower which is basically a water-resistant Bluetooth enabled gadget that can be wall mounted right next to […]

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LTE in Europe is Cheaper Than In The US

I hear many of you asking why? As we know Verizon is the market leader when it comes to 4G LTE technology, launching the LTE network back in 2010. However Sweden was first to the punch and launched a 4G LTE network over 3 years ago now, in 2009. So to answer the question on […]

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Cell phones help track malaria

The humble cell phone has become a new weapon in the fight against malaria.  Researchers from Harvard University have discovered that the spread of malaria in Kenya can be tracked with the use of text messages and phone calls from as many as 15 million new and old cell phones. Before mobile phones, we had […]