Archive for November, 2010

Nokia’s latest touch and type handset is now available

A feel the atypical phone

Finnish fone maker Nokia second touch and type C3-01 handset has gone on sale, directly from the company and at a cost of £159 SIM free and unlocked.

Apple updates iOS to version 4.2

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iPad gets older iPhone features

Proclaimed makers of the iPhone and iPad have released an update to the operating system running their mobile devices, version 4.2 of the iOS.

Orange and T-Mobile to sell the iPad on a tariff

NothingNowhere gets some Apples orange ipad

Both parts of Everything Everywhere has announced they will soon be selling the Apple iPad tablet, at a reported subsidised price on a tariff.

Nokia launches two new low-cost handsets

Nokia_X2-01_10 Seeing double with the 2′s

Finnish phone manufacturer Nokia has announced two new budget handsets, the X2-01 and the C2-01.

Motorola Milestone 2 goes on sale

milestone2 Another Milestone for Motorola

Popular online mobile phone retailer Expansys has taken stock of the successor to last year’s Motorola Milestone Qwerty keyboard Android device – the Milestone 2, SIM free and unlocked for £379.99.

Samsung Galaxy Tab – Initial thoughts

Weekly Review – 19th November

The week began with One Mobile Ring reporting that designer BlackBerrys have gone on sale for £1000, whilst the mobile phone network Three offered free access to The Times websites and Vodafone updated HTC Legend handsets running on their network to Android 2.2.

Free Google document editor comes to mobile browsers

Word Processing sans a cost attached

Internet search engine giant Google is enabling editing in Google Docs on mobile devices, for use with document amending inside of a browser for the first time ever.

Virgin Mobile offers latest Nokia handset on a low cost tariff

Virgin slides out a Finnish phone

Mobile phone network Virgin Mobile has released the Nokia 6700 Slide, on a cheaply priced contract for just £8.50 a month.

World’s easiest to use phone arrives

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An anonymously made simple handset

Netherlands based mobile phone manufacturer known as John Doe had created the most simplest mobile phone, for anyone and everyone to use from children to grandparents.