mobiles

Today I considered adding my own information to this app, but somehow I just don't feel comfortable sharing my vital stats with a faceless app, yet. Maybe that's where Babylon Health and Push Doctor come into play - they bridge the gap between tech and health with at least some form of human contact.
There's still a fair bit of speculation as to what specs devices will be playing host to in 2015. As such, I thought this would be as good a time as any to talk about some of these, along with a few phone predictions for this year.
There is an old saying that a good idea will always be a good idea. And the same is true about technology. Fads in technology tend to happen almost as quickly as when it comes to the fashion world.
In a bygone age, the Artful Dodger and his duplicitous pals would steal silk handkerchiefs and purses from unwitting members of the public.
It's not exactly svelte, and if it went off accidentally in your pocket it could cause some serious damage, but there's no
A new Android app promises to revolutionise mobile web access by doing away with expensive roaming and Wi-fi charges and
The idea of a "modular" mobile phone first came to our attention last month with Phonebloks - but frustratingly, the concept
I've never understood how spending your precious time stacking icons of fruits on top of each other does much good for the world. Nor how, instead of watching live music, it is better to watch it through your phone screen, desperately trying to film it over the shoulder of the person in front of you.
According to Ofcom, mobile phone subscriptions in the UK now outnumber people. 94% of adult Brits use a mobile phone and
We already know it might come in a range of disgusting colours and now we might know what the new cheaper, plastic iPhone