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Do you use two-factor authentication with your Google account?

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T-Mobile still has fastest 4G LTE speeds, while Verizon, AT&T slowly recover

by Robert Triggs 3 hours ago0 comments
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5 ways phones can still be unique in the bezel-less age

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After Assistant dominated CES, what’s next for Bixby?

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Sony vs Nokia: camera shootout

PureViewClub has kindly put together a collection of stills, to help show us the difference in image quality between some of Nokia's and Sony's flagship devices.
by Robert TriggsMarch 7, 2013

Nokia’s former camera guru not impressed by HTC’s UltraPixels

Damian Dinning, tweeted yesterday about how he was unimpressed (to say the least) regarding the new camera in the HTC One.
by Tanay SoodFebruary 21, 2013

HTC teases a “new sound and camera experience” heading our way this year

An interesting post has appeared on the official HTC blog, stating that a new sound and camera experience is heading our way in 2013. Is HTC aiming to steal the camera crown from ...
by Robert TriggsFebruary 5, 2013

End of an era: the last Symbian phone

Nokia have announced that their 808 PureView phone will be their last phone to use the Symbian operating system.
by Robert TriggsJanuary 24, 2013
 
 

Biggest flops of the year in mobile

Join us as we discuss the epic fails of mobile tech in 2012. These are the devices, platforms, apps and features that promised much and delivered little.
by Simon HillDecember 10, 2012

808 Android is a sorry excuse for a Nokia 808 PureView clone

Another phone is joining the select club of cloned devices, but in a surprising twist it’s not one that has been very well received by either critics or the public. That’s right, it’s ...
by AdrianSeptember 19, 2012

Samsung is working on a new back-illuminated 13MP camera for phones and tablets

According to its own website, Samsung is now working on a next-gen 13MP back-illuminated sensor, called S5K3L2, that's meant to go into phones and tablets sometime next year. The news ...
by LucianSeptember 15, 2012

What’s next for smartphone camera technology?

We’ve all come to take for granted how easy it is to take a photo or video at any time, thanks to our smartphones having cameras. While it’s amazing that we have ...
by Shea HarrisMay 24, 2012

Is Nokia admitting failure with WP7 by relaunching Meego devices and refocusing on Symbian?

Reports are saying that carriers and Nokia’s board are becoming restless with WP7, and they are pushing for alternatives to WP7, to slow down the fast decline of the ...
by LucianMay 15, 2012

How good is the PureView 808, Nokia’s 41MP camera phone?

If there’s ever been a nit to pick with most smartphones, it was usually related with the phone’s camera. In this area, Nokia (regardless of its dwindling ...
by Ankit BanerjeeMarch 19, 2012
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