I was last asked to work up a few technology predictions in 2009 and looking back I was bang on the money with the Apple iPad. Even down to the size and material finish. My prediction on the rise of mobile-enabled shopping or mass consumer geotagging wasn’t so accurate then, but maybe I was just ahead of my time.
EE’s 4G LTE rollout will continue at full speed in the first quarter of 2013, as the wireless carrier details plans to expand coverage to 17 additional cities across the UK.
Samsung have announced their latest mid-range Android smartphone: the Galaxy SIII Mini, but in doing so they’ve risked diluting their best phone lineup to date by adding a lacklustre device not worthy of the Galaxy SIII name.
After the disappointing loss of Google Maps for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, Google have focused on their mobile web app, adding Street View support to the mobile experience in a bid to satisfy disgruntled iOS customers until a native app is released.
Just six months after the original One X hit the shelves, HTC have revamped their flagship Android handset. Adding a larger battery, faster processor, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and a new matte black finish.
New iPhone 5 users have taken to the web to document cosmetic damage on their handsets, right out of the box. The chamfered edge of the iPhone 5 appears to be prone to scuffing and chipping, especially on black models, with their anodised finish.
Everything Everywhere unveils plans to roll out 4G LTE mobile internet and fibre broadband services to UK customers starting today, with plans to expand LTE coverage to 16 major UK cities by Christmas. Orange and T-Mobile will merge to become ‘EE’ starting today.
Reports of an exclusive deal between Everything Everywhere and Nokia could see the launch of the UK’s first 4G LTE handset, the Nokia Lumia 920 4G, as early as November this year. Will consumers be interested in faster mobile internet speeds, at the cost of reduced battery life, higher prices and limited coverage?
Apple have sent out invitations to it’s much anticipated iPhone 5 announcement next week, but with so many leaks and rumours making the headlines in recent weeks, do we already know all of the new iPhone’s secrets?
As Facebook continues to plague its users with sub-par mobile apps, could they be preparing a radically new mobile experience as a way to camouflage the inevitable inclusion of mobile ads?
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