Category Archives: Mobile Devices

Bullitt Group secures rugged smartphones with BlackBerry tech

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British smartphone manufacturer Bullitt has agreed a deal with BlackBerry that will see the former’s products protected by the Canadian firm’s security technology. Bullitt produces a range of ruggedized devices for outdoor use and has global licences for the Cat and Land Rover brands. Among its most recent products is the Land Rover Explore. Its […]

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FB Messenger auto-translation chips at US/Mexico language wall

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Facebook’s been criticized for tearing America apart, but now it will try to help us forge bonds with our neighbors to the south. Facebook Messenger will now offer optional auto-translation of English to Spanish and vice-versa for all users in the United States and Mexico. It’s a timely launch given the family separation troubles at […]

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Nokia X6 support goes live in India, expected to launch soon

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Finnish smartphone maker Nokia is all set to introduce its mid-range smartphone, the Nokia X6 in India. While there has been no announcement from the company, the support page of the device has gone live in India, hinting that the device may soon make its way to the country. The Nokia X6 and the Nokia […]

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Google Play now makes it easier to manage your subscriptions

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Mobile app subscriptions are a big business, but consumers sometimes hesitate to sign up because pausing and cancelling existing subscriptions hasn’t been as easy as opting in. Google is now addressing those concerns with the official launch of its subscription center for Android users. The new feature centralizes all your Google Play subscriptions, and offers […]

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Google's new podcast app pours personal recommendations directly into your ears

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Google has launched a new podcast app for Android, designed to find shows you’ll like and fire them down your auditory nerve. The practically-named Google Podcasts monitors your listening habits and uses its recommendation algorithms to suggest new material. Podcasts have been available through Google Play Music for  years, but this is the company’s first […]

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Keepsafe launches a privacy-focused mobile browser

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Keepsafe, the company behind the private photo app of the same name, is expanding its product lineup today with the release of a mobile web browser. Co-founder and CEO Zouhair Belkoura argued that all of Keepsafe’s products (which also include a VPN app and a private phone number generator) are united not just by a […]

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£12 for 10GB data is one of the best cheap SIM only deals on the market right now

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iD Mobile remains one of the go-to mobile phone networks if you need a cheap SIM only deal for an old beloved handset or a brand new SIM-free phone you’ve just bought. Although it may still not be a household name, you’ve probably seen iD’s logo dotted around on the high street. It’s Carphone Warehouse’s […]

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Bet money on yourself with Proveit, the 1-vs-1 trivia app

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Pick a category, wager a few dollars and double your money in 60 seconds if you’re smarter and faster than your opponent. Proveit offers a fresh take on trivia and game show apps by letting you win or lose cash on quick 10-question, multiple choice quizzes. Sick of waiting to battle a million people on HQ […]

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Leaked Samsung ‘Project V’ images show off early foldable phone concept

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Rumors regarding Samsung’s plans to bring a foldable smartphone to market have circulated relentlessly over the last few years, and thanks to some leaked images that have just surfaced on Twitter (and then posted on SlashLeaks), we now have an idea of what that dual screen concept might’ve looked like.  Looking like a pair of […]

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First look at Instagram’s self-policing Time Well Spent tool

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Are you Overgramming? Instagram is stepping up to help you manage overuse rather than leaving it to iOS and Android’s new screen time dashboards. Last month after TechCrunch first reported Instagram was prototyping a Usage Insights feature, the Facebook sub-company’s CEO Kevin System confirmed its forthcoming launch. Tweeting our article, Systrom wrote “It’s true . […]

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