We've heard this before -- mobile phones do/do not (delete where appropriate) cause cancer. I'm probably not in the minority in hoping it turns out to be on the 'do not' side. A large population study out of Copenhagen says they don't.
Microsoft's finally getting serious about making Windows Phone a legit mobile contender, and it's going to do it by making them way cheaper and easier to produce. Ballmer's boys are working with Qualcomm to get prices per phone under £125, less than half of the £255 they cost to build last year.
As an Android user, I'm absolutely jonesing for my Ice Cream Sandwich fix. I can't wait! Luckily our transatlantic brothers at Lifehacker understand that pain, and have put together an amazing guide to getting all those Android 4.0 features NOW. From facial recognition, to a customisable lock-screen, to a better gallery app, it's all over here: [Lifehacker]
In the space of just five days, three incredible mobiles have been announced (or gone on sale, in the iPhone 4S' case). So what'll it be -- the iPhone 4S; Galaxy Nexus or Motorola's Droid RAZR? The latter has been given a UK launch date of November 1st, with online retailer Clove pricing it at £454.
If you can't be bothered reading all the facts and details about the first Ice Cream Sandwich phone, the Galaxy Nexus, just wrap your eyeballs around this video for all you need to know. One thing I want to know is whether Samsung and Google had to pay Disney to use that Tron-like imagery. [YouTube]
You've always had a choice. Either leave your screen unlocked when you stow it and run the risk of pocket-dialing the entirety of your contact list or lock the screen and endure the tedium of entering a PIN every time you pull it out.
The Galaxy Nexus, the new Android flagship phone from Google and Samsung is finally out of the bag. I am like, omega-level excited about that screen, and Ice Cream Sandwich looks tasty, too. Let's take a bite. Update: Hands on below.
We all had one. A Nokia phone I mean, not a Simply Red album -- though if anyone's willing to share their guilt, I will confess to owning Stars. Created to lubricate our hearts prior to next week's big WP7 unveil, Nokia's Facebook timeline is a vault of memories for everyone.
Amid the numbers and percentages in Sony Ericsson's Q3 financial data is a quote from CEO Bert Nordberg, in which he says the company will move "the entire portfolio to smartphones" by 2012. That K600i update isn't happening.