Posts Tagged consumers

iPhone 5 Camera Untouched Samples [PHOTOS]

The iPhone 5 packs plenty of new and interesting features, and among them is a significantly improved camera. To some less tech-savvy consumers, a transition from an 8-megapixel snapper to, well, another 8-megapixel camera will mean – in their eyes – the rear-facing shooter is unchanged, although as we know, there are plenty of different […]

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Samsung To Launch Galaxy S III Mini And S II Plus By The End Of 2012 [REPORT]

Although it has become one of the most hotly contested industries in the world at the minute and is potentially an extremely stressful market for manufacturers to be involved in, consumers should be taking the opportunity to sit back and reap the rewards and device choice that is coming out of the smartphone industry. It’s […]

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Everything Everywhere To Roll Out 4G LTE Services On September 11 In UK, For New iPhone?

The talk about 4G LTE data services has been rife recently with a number of manufacturers pushing out new devices with LTE compatibility, effectively allowing consumers to significantly increase their mobile data speeds to somewhere around the 20Mbps region. That is obviously fantastic for consumers who live in regions and territories that have the infrastructure […]

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Galaxy S II And Galaxy Note Now ‘Confirmed’ Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Recipients

A new release of a mobile operating system is always met with a frenzy, and as well as giving the new firmware the once over, consumers are always anxious to learn whether their device will be getting an update, and when. Android Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0), was pretty shambolic in that department, with many having […]

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Next Version Of Windows To Be Called ‘Blue’ Instead Of Windows 9, Releasing Next Year?

Such is the manner in which technology moves nowadays, no sooner is one major release out of the way, do consumers, analysts and enthusiasts in general begin nattering about what’s up next. Windows 8 has been in our faces for the entire year, after Microsoft dropped the Developer Preview to the public in an unprecedented […]

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