High-end handset specialist BlackBerry has exhibited its first-ever Push to Talk mobile phone.
EU tax proposals could send mobile phone prices soaring, it has been predicted.
A new app offers mobile customers the chance to buy train tickets from their handsets.
Summer 2009 is poised to see Sony Ericsson deliver its first Android phone, it has been revealed.
A new workaround has been made public that brings the much-missed copy and paste function to the iPhone.
O2 has announced the launch of its own community-focussed application centre, rivalling those of Google and Nokia.
Carphone Warehouse is offering the Nokia 1650 Blue for free when you buy £30 of airtime.
Carphone Warehouse is offering the Motorola W180 handset for just £2.88 – making the cheapest pay as you mobile on the market.
BBC World Service, rolling news and BBC Arabic is now available to Nokia owners, bringing arguably the world's best news service to the company's handsets.
December 20th has been named as the date for the UK release of the sought-after BlackBerry Curve 8900.