Thursday, 4 October 2012

HTC Windows Phone 8X Three UK PAYG pricing set at £350

By on 06:31

Shortly after the HTC Windows Phone 8X announcement we learned that the SIM-free version of the device might cost a rather hefty £399. It turns out that wasn't entirely accurate as Three UK, will be selling the smartphone off-contract for the easier to swallow £350 ($564 / €436).

T-Mobile branded LG Optimus L9 press shot emerges

By on 06:30

With its more powerful relative's availability confirmed in the United States, LG's mid-range Optimus L9 has emerged in a press image, sporting T-Mobile US livery. Both LG and T-Mobile are yet to officially announce availability of the handset.

Nokia Lumia 510 pictured, pricing and specs confirmed

By on 06:29

We first heard about the Lumia 510 last month, in a leak that revealed that the low-end smartphone would sport a 4-inch display, have 4 GB of internal memory, and run on just 256 MB of RAM.

Wednesday, 3 October 2012

Apple apologizes for Maps fiasco, suggest you try the competition

By on 06:33

In an unprecedented move, Apple's CEO Tim Cook published a letter on the company's website, admitting that Apple's new maps service isn't up to par with the competition.

Samsung ATIV S is up for pre-order, can be yours for €549

By on 06:30

After the pricing of HTC's Windows Phone 8 smartphones, the 8X and 8S, and Nokia's Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 were revealed, now it's time to see how much Samsung is going to ask for its ATIV S.

Garnet Red Galaxy S III lands in UK, costs £429

By on 06:23

If you're a UK resident and want to get a flashier Galaxy S III but can't be bothered with tedious long-lasting contracts you could get the Garnet Red version in UK now for £429.99.

The Samsung Galaxy S III Garnet Red international availability was announced in August alongside the Amber Brown, Sapphire Black and Titanium Grey variants. Originally an AT&T exclusive it's now available on UK shores as well.

Samsung adds iPhone 5 to its patents infringement case

By on 06:21

Samsung had already made it clear that they intend to add the iPhone 5 to their patent infringement case against Apple as soon as the product launches. Sticking to that claim, Samsung has done exactly as promised, and the new iPhone 5 now joins the previous iPhones, iPad and iPod touch in Samsung's case.

Latest Android figures show poor growth for Jelly Bean and ICS

By on 02:08

The latest Android distribution figures are in and things don't look a lot better for Jelly Bean and Ice Cream Sandwich over last month.

Sony Xperia T European march continues, it's about to hit US shores too

By on 02:07

The Sony Xperia T is continuing its roll-out to retailers across rest of Europe and after becoming available in the UK a few days ago. Reports are coming in of the device being available in Slovakia, where it's offered by carrier Telekom on a contract with prices starting from €229.