Everywhere you look it seems that people are talking about the third edition of the iPhone. Conversely, chatter about the Palm Pre is scant by comparison. But if you thought that means it isn’t a sought-after device, think again.
Vodafone is temporarily suspending higher charges for overseas calls and texts.
A free wireless controller and compatible games are on offer with T-Mobile’s exclusive deal.
O2’s revenue per customer fell 3.6 per cent during the first quarter, as customers increasingly seek out cheaper mobile phone tariffs.
The title of the most pointless iPhone application is an accolade that’s been fiercely contested. But as far as I’m concerned, there’s an app that, even two years after its initial release, remains the one to beat.
Android’s open source model means it will enjoy huge support from mobile phone manufacturers and developers this year.
Orange is to become the first UK network to offer the 5800 XpressMusic with Nokia’s unlimited music download service.
Mobile phone operator Vodafone will unveil its own app store later this year.
Nokia has yet to launch the Ovi store, the Finnish giant’s rival to Apple’s App Store and Android Market. But if you were in any doubt that Nokia’s application market will enjoy massive support from developers, they’re likely to have been quashed yesterday.