Archive for February, 2011

Vodafone suffers major network problem

Voda break in = network fail

Mobile phone network Vodafone suffered a major network failure in Basingstoke, which has had a dramatic effect on surrounding areas and over great distances too.

Samsung Galaxy S II cost unveiled

Part II gets all priced up

Mobile phone seller Clove has opened up the pre-ordering for the successor to last year’s bestselling Samsung handset, in the Galaxy S II mobile phone – starting at £612 for the 16GB version and £708 for the 32GB model.

Navigon MobileNavigator for Samsung’s Bada mobile OS

One Mobile Ring managed to catch up with the TomTom alternative Sat Nav manufacturer Navigon at Mobile World Congress, where we captured on video a demonstration of  the upcoming Samsung Bada version – of their hardware device.

Skype brings VoIP calling to all mobiles

Skype app-less calls

Popular voice over IP software maker Skype has launched the improved Skype To Go, a service where any mobile phone can call any mobile or landline directly – at a low cost and without the need for an internet connection.

Weekly Review – 25th February

The week started with One Mobile Ring compiled a list of which networks will be receiving exactly what mobile phones, from the announcements at Mobile World Congress and we also published an initial thoughts review of the HTC Desire S.

Angry Birds comes to Windows Phone 7

New games winging their way to WP7

Incredible S coming to Vodafone

Arriving today?

Popular mobile phone retailer Carphone Warehouse has listed their exclusive large screen HTC Incredible S Android handset, on a contract with Vodafone for £30 a month.

White iPhone to cost over £900

Snow joke

On-line electronic goods retailer has now listed the white version of the iPhone 4 at £919.99, whilst opening up pre-ordering for the device at the same time.

Windows Phone 7 problematic update gets some answers

WP7 SP1 is needed, now

Seattle based software giant Microsoft recently rolled out update to their latest Windows Phone 7 OS has apparently caused some issues, with a number of handsets.

iPad 2 arriving March 2nd?


Padding out the rumour mill

Cupertino based software and hardware company Apple has announced to the press it is holding a media event, where it’s reported the iPad successor will be unveiled.