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Going Big Screen

Going Big Screen

Eric D. Fescenmeyer February 21, 2014 1

One of the more interesting personal computing micro-trends that I’ve been intrigued with over the past year are tablets that are larger than the current ten inch offerings. The first one I saw was

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The World of the £30 Tablet

The World of the £30 Tablet

Eric D. Fescenmeyer February 7, 2014 1

About a month or so ago, Fast Company wrote a pretty interesting article posing the question, “What could you do with a $40 tablet?”, based on the release of Datawind’s £30 ($37) 7-inch tablet.

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The Google Nexus Experience – Thoughts from a Lifetime Android User

The Google Nexus Experience – Thoughts from a Lifetime Android User

Backbencher December 10, 2013 6

By Purav D. from PDTechHD. There is a big problem with the Android platform, and it has plagued it since its beginning; fragmentation. Due to the vast number of devices and device manufacturers out

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Quechua and Archos team up, announcing a new rugged Android phone

Quechua and Archos team up, announcing a new rugged Android phone

Backbencher December 2, 2013 0

  Quechua, an outdoor specialist creating camping, mountaineering and skiing gear, has teamed up with electronics company Archos to announce a rugged smartphone designed to face the elements. The “Quechua Phone”  has been built

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What Does The Moto G Mean for Mobile Contracts?

What Does The Moto G Mean for Mobile Contracts?

Rob Nichols November 15, 2013 1

Motorola announced a new smartphone this week, dubbed the Moto G, and it’s quite possibly revolutionary. There’s nothing particularly outstanding about the device itself, but at a price of just £135 it could change

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Phonebloks Working with Motorola; The Upgradeable Phone Is Becoming a Reality.

Phonebloks Working with Motorola; The Upgradeable Phone Is Becoming a Reality.

Tristan Kitchin October 31, 2013 2

A little over a month ago a new idea gripped the web. Phonebloks wasn’t just a completely new idea, it was cool and inspiring. What was introduced online as a working concept soon garnered

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The Battle for First Loser in the Mobile Device Market

The Battle for First Loser in the Mobile Device Market

Eric D. Fescenmeyer October 25, 2013 0

Hot on the heels of ‘Android will never compete with iOS’, there was the phrase: ‘Windows phone will never gain traction in the market’. The other day, it was reported in a number of

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Samsung Announce Galaxy Round, World’s First Curved Display Smartphone

Samsung Announce Galaxy Round, World’s First Curved Display Smartphone

Tristan Kitchin October 9, 2013 0

News has been flying thick and fast this week regarding the advent of curved screens on smartphone devices. First LG announced they have already started mass producing curved displays for future smartphones, but now

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The Kindle and the Low End

The Kindle and the Low End

Eric D. Fescenmeyer October 8, 2013 0

Amazon has been showing off the new Kindle Fire recently, but the world is a bit different from when they launched the first version. Initially, the same concerns – processing power and  app capability

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Amazon Introduces new Kindle Fire HDX Tablets

Amazon Introduces new Kindle Fire HDX Tablets

Tristan Kitchin September 25, 2013 0

Amazon may not be releasing a new smartphone anytime soon, but they have just announced they are to add to its range of Kindle Fire tablets. Amazon will release two versions of its new

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