Samsung Galaxy Note 4 – First Look


Galaxy Note 4 First Look

Back in what feels like almost a lifetime ago 2011, Samsung made its first foray into the Phablet world with the 5.3″ Galaxy Note. At that time critics and many others suggested that anything above a 4.7″ display would be cumbersome and to much for the average jean pocket

Will Chinese brands reshape the mobile market?


Will Chinese brands reshape the mobile market?

A new wave of Chinese tech stars are stating to come to the fore and look set to redefine the mobile market. Brands such as Xiaomi and OnePlus might not mean a lot to you right now, but they are in fact producing high-end phones that can rival the likes of Apple and Samsung

Five Ingredients Of A Successful Mobile App


Five Ingredients Of A Successful Mobile App

Many people choose to create mobile apps for a wide range of reasons. Perhaps they want to solve a particular problem, entertain people or invent a mobile solution that will make their businesses better. Regardless of the motivating factor

MixRadio: Exclusive interview with a MixMaster


MixRadio: Exclusive interview with a MixMaster

During the Phones 4u Road Trip the guys at MixRadio, Nokia’s music service, kindly created a playlist to accompany the team on their 700 mile journey down the country. If you’ve not heard of it before, MixRadio is an app

Weak Smartphone Memory Leads to Gmail Hack


Weak Smartphone Memory Leads to Gmail Hack

Researchers in the USA have been able to exploit a weakness in smartphone memory and hack into popular apps such as Gmail and Amazon accounts with an astonishing success rate ranging from 92% – 48%.

Cloud customers! Why not to rely fully on service providers


Cloud customers! Why not to rely fully on service providers

Companies that rely on cloud service providers must only believe and exchange data by making use of quality identity assurance and SSL encryption. Everybody’s talking about cloud storage these days, but is the “cloud” safe to use?

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