Everyone loves a feelgood story. And they don’t come much more heartening than the tale of [BlackBerry](/mobiles/manufacturers/blackberry/ "BlackBerry phones") owner and skier David Fitzherbert.
A universal charger will be adopted by mobile phone companies from 2010.
A 12 megapixel cameraphone will feature in Nokia’s release schedule early next year, it has been rumoured.
3 has slashed its charges for text messages, mobile broadband usage and calls made within the EU.
Despite massive evidence to the contrary, some rumours just refuse to die – think of faked moon landings and Elvis sightings in Burnley chip shops. But today, it’s long-bearded fables about a Playstation-branded phone that has been given a new lease of life.
An exclusivity deal between China and LG has paved the way for the company to make huge inroads to the Chinese mobile phone market.
T-Mobile is a takeover target for mobile phone giant Vodafone, according to reports.
Sony has reportedly put together an in-house team to work on a Playstation mobile phone.
Not long ago Palm looked to be a spent force, with once-mighty company had been brought low by loss of market share to BlackBerry handsets and the [iPhone]( /mobiles/deals/apple_iphone_3gs_32gb/ "iPhone 3G S 32GB"). Today, however, things are looking a lot rosier.