Introducing the Lastest Smartphone from HTC – The HTC One

*post sponsored by HTC* Brace yourself for lightning-fast web browsing, remarkable picture quality and seamless gaming visuals thanks to the powerful quad-core processor. You’ll love the minimalist design and the camera that captures every moment (even in low light) with crisp, vivid, beautiful photos. It also lets you take a...

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iPhone 5 Has a 4-inch Screen & No NFC

The iPhone 5 has arrived! And it seems that all the rumours were true… As we mentioned previously, the new model has a 4-inch screen (half an inch more than the previous iPhones) giving users 5 rows of apps instead of 4. There is still a Retina display which offers the same 326ppi as before, but with the extra length the...

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iPhone 5 & iPad Mini Launch – Will Your Web Design Be Affected?

So, the general consensus is that, in just a couple of days time, the iPhone 5 will be unveiled and a new set of specs will create hell for mobile web developers and designers. Various sources, including Tech Radar and T3, suggest that the new iPhone 5 will have a 4 inch screen with a resolution of 640 x 1136. That’s quite a...

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Can Mobile Market Leaders Android and Nokia be Beaten in 2012?

Gartner have released data showing just how much mobile sales have increased this year so far, and gives great insights into how Q4 and 2012 will look in terms of which operating systems and devices will come out on top. Smartphones In the third quarter of this year, 115 million smartphones were sold to end users, up a massive 42%...

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The Death of Feature Phones?

Sony recently announced that it was paying over 1.05 billion euros to buy out Ericsson, it’s partner in the mobile phone sector. They also commented that this acquisition would bring a change in direction for the company as they phase out feature phones and concentrate solely on producing new smartphones. Techi.com claims:...

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