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By Sam Gibbs on at

Finally, a UK Mobile Network Has Done Something Sensible

Instead of overage charges, Three will simply halt your data for the month when you hit your limit. Its launching new “essential” data plans that give you 250MB a month and that’s it; there’s absolutely no chance of horrendous out-of-allowance data charges, which is simply great.

Is uTorrent Coming to Android?

By Andrew Tarantola on at

There are plenty of things iOS can do that Android can't—Siri and Facetime, for example. However, Andorid may soon be getting its own exclusive feature: P2P file sharing courtesy of uTorrent, the most-used torrent client in the Western World.

O2 Falls Out of The Cloud

By Gary Cutlack on at

O2 has put an end to its Wi-Fi hotspot sharing arrangement with The Cloud, a comfortable little agreement which used to allow O2 subscribers to enjoy a bit of turbo-charged data access while out and about.

Hands-On Intel's Latest, Bestest Stab at Mobile Processing

By Brent Rose on at

The Medfield codename invoked strange Cloverfield associations for me. Would Intel's first serious mobile chip be a monster that destroys absolutely everything in its path? Well, the dust has cleared, and we have the Atom Z2460. It's not going to crush everything else, but it looks damn decent.