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Freestyle tariffs Introducing the new Virgin Mobile Freestyle tariffs

Introducing the new Virgin Mobile Freestyle tariffs

Virgin Media has brought in a new set of tariffs to give customers greater benefits and more value from their pay monthly deal. Each Freestyle tariff includes an allowa...

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No-kia Nokia quits mobile phone market

Nokia quits mobile phone market

It was certainly on the cards, and is now official, Nokia has made its last phone, as CEO Rajeev Suri confirms that the company can no longer compete. Some 14 years ago...

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Profit plunge Samsung plans to tackle profit drop

Samsung plans to tackle profit drop

Samsung has responded to underwhelming sales of the S5 and an overall drop in last quarter profits by planning a smartphone selection overhaul. According to The Guardia...

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iOS 8 fail Problems follow iOS 8 launch

Problems follow iOS 8 launch

Apple forums have seen an unsettling number of users complaining about the latest update iOS 8. The new version of the tech behemoth’s operating system has not receiv...

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Galaxy S5 Mini Galaxy S5 Mini rumoured for mid-July release

Galaxy S5 Mini rumoured for mid-July release

The Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini could be released as soon as mid-July, putting it in direct competition with the HTC One Mini 2. The information comes from an anonymous sour...

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Smartphone footy UK football fans will watch World Cup online

UK football fans will watch World Cup online

A recent survey has indicated that over half of the country’s football fans will turn to smartphone viewing for the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Brazil. The research, c...

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Customers making huge savings Virgin Mobile users save £1.2 million in calls

Virgin Mobile users save £1.2 million in calls

According to mobile phone operator Virgin Mobile, customers using their VoIP app have saving £1.2 million in the last six months.  Customers using the app have ma...

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Apple v Samsung (again) Samsung accuses Apple of FaceTime infringement

Samsung accuses Apple of FaceTime infringement

Korean manufacturer Samsung has claimed that Apple’s FaceTime feature infringes their services, which they say they own. The manufacturer, who created the Galaxy smar...

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Bye-pad Apple ends iPad 2 circulation

Apple ends iPad 2 circulation

Apple has opted to retire the iPad 2, with the 4th-gen iteration taking its place as the cheapest tablet offered by the U.S. smart device giant. The move ensures that a...

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Samsung Galaxy S5 revealed Samsung unveils Galaxy S5

Samsung unveils Galaxy S5

The traditional reveal of a major manufacturer’s latest swanky smartphone has continued at this year’s Mobile World Congress, as Samsung gave us our first glimpse of th...

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A billion is, like, loads. Android expected to reach a billion users in 2014

Android expected to reach a billion users in 2014

Research firm Gartner believes that Android will reach one billion users in 2014, following 26 per cent growth in 2013. The operating system, which is owned by Google, ...

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Virgin Media extends deal Virgin Media extends MVNO deal with EE

Virgin Media extends MVNO deal with EE

Virgin Media has struck a deal with EE which will see the continuation of the pair’s Mobile Virtual Network Operator agreement. Since 1999, Virgin Media has utilised ...

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Mobile Coverage Suffolk & Essex campaigning for better mobile coverage

Suffolk & Essex campaigning for better mobile coverage

Two South East counties are campaigning to receive better mobile signal in their area. The local newspaper, East Anglian Daily Times, has started a campaign called Let...

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The new Maps app Google releases revamped app for Maps

Google releases revamped app for Maps

Google is rolling out the new version of its popular Maps app, with Google Play seeing it first, before it gets a release for Apple devices. The revamp is actually base...

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Nokia blames competition Nokia blames competition for poor sales

Nokia blames competition for poor sales

Nokia has accounted for disappointing sales by blaming others for competing, which seems very reasonable. The manufacturer, which was such a pacesetter during the initi...

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Samsung unveils Galaxy S4 Samsung unveils Galaxy S4 – We take a closer look

Samsung unveils Galaxy S4 – We take a closer look

It was as expected at Samsung’s grand announcement of something to do with something about something completely secret. These grandiose presentations are starting to ...

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iPad 4 128GB storage Apple confirms iPad 4 128GB storage

Apple confirms iPad 4 128GB storage

Apple’s iPad 4 is getting the 128GB storage treatment, and will be released to buy from Tuesday 5 February. The doubled storage is designed to appeal to businesses us...

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Samsung banks billions Record profits for Samsung after Galaxy S3 launch

Record profits for Samsung after Galaxy S3 launch

Samsung has announced a whopping jump in profits, as the third quarter saw an 83% increase against the same period last year. The figures, reported by Reuters, show tha...

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Samsung v Apple Japan sides with Samsung over Apple

Japan sides with Samsung over Apple

A Japanese court has ruled that Samsung did not violate Apple patents, after a US court had previously ruled the other way. Samsung and Apple are involved in a long-run...

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4G all-clear Everything Everywhere 4G authorised by Ofcom

Everything Everywhere 4G authorised by Ofcom

Mobile network operator Everything Everywhere has been given permission to bring 4G connectivity to the UK earlier than expected. The company, which is behind Orange UK...

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TV coverage of the Olympics has hit an unusual snag, as those attending the games are apparently overloading data networks through the sheer volume of texts and mobile tweets. Texts and tweets tangle with Olympic TV

Texts and tweets tangle with Olympic TV

TV coverage of the Olympics has hit an unusual snag, as those attending the games are apparently overloading data networks through the sheer volume of texts and mobile twee...

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The number of subscribers to Virgin Media’s TiVo box is expected to reach one million is the next few days Virgin TiVo subscribers to hit 1 Million

Virgin TiVo subscribers to hit 1 Million

Less than a year after its launch, the number of subscribers to Virgin Media’s TiVo box is expected to reach one million is the next few days, the company said on Tuesday...

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