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Firefox OS: will it be safe?

Posted by Admin Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Mozilla recently revealed manufacturer support for their new Firefox OS, with ZTE and TCL / Alcatel announcing that they will make handsets available for the platform in 2013.

Samsung Galaxy Chat

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 Samsung Galaxy Chat The Samsung Galaxy Chat is an Android 4.0 ICS smartphone with an unusual feature: a physical keyboard, which makes it the only QWERTY-equipped Android 4.0 device from a major manufacturer that we know of.


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The Motorola MOTOSMART is an entry-level Android smartphone aimed at first time buyers and those on a budget.

Motorola ATRIX HD

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 Motorola ATRIX HD The Motorola ATRIX HD is a big-screen dual-core Android smartphone that ships with Android 4.0 ICS, coming into Motorola's range at one step above the Motorola RAZR.

 O2 Network Failure More than one in four small business owners would consider switching to a rival mobile network provider after O2’s recent major network failure.
The survey by, who work with thousands of small firms each year, found that 28% of small business owners and sole traders had lost confidence in the telecoms giant and would consider switching.
More than half (51%) said they would be heavily inclined to switch to an alternative network of the failures were repeated.

HTC moving away from QWERTY keyboards in future smartphones

Posted by Admin Friday, April 20, 2012

Speaking today at a limited press event in Seattle, HTC creative director Claude Zellweger said that HTC is moving away from smartphones with QWERTY keyboards.
"As a company, the QWERTY keyboard we're moving away from in general."
Zellweger then went on to say that the future of QWERTY on smartphones will likely revolve from newer haptic technologies that are being worked into software based, on-screen keyboards. He also feels that hardware-based keyboards, while still somewhat in demand, would not allow HTC to move forward the designs of its smartphones.
"We feel that putting too much effort into that [QWERTY] would take away from our devices."
This is likely to upset a hardcore base of QWERTY keyboard lovers, but when consumers are demanding thinner and lighter phones with ever larger displays, it is entirely understandable.

The Sony Xperia S is the first Sony branded Xperia smartphone, having been launched after Sony officially bought out Ericsson's share of the Sony Ericsson joint venture that had been building phones for over ten years.
The Xperia S is also the first member of the company's NXT series of devices, and it features high-end specs like a 4.3-inch, 720p HD resolution Bravia touchscreen display, a 12.1 megapixel camera with flash, and a speedy dual-core processor with 1GB or RAM. It also bears the NXT series' iconic clear body section below the screen, which makes it especially easy to recognize.
But while the Sony Xperia S features a very beautiful industrial design, and offers users some tempting Sony-developed software, the device falls quite a bit short in a few regards - especially when you consider the phone's position at the apex of the Xperia food chain.

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