British springtime is in the air and the month has been filled with long holiday weekends in which to enjoy it. Many people are using this time off to do things around the house; replant gardens, do a bit of DIY, and clear out the clutter accumulated over the cold winter months. With all of this spring cleaning going on, why not consider selling your old mobile phone while you are at it?… Read the rest
Archive for April 2011
Sony has unveiled its two tablet offerings – the S1, which is a magazine-style tablet with a 9.4-inch screen and the S2, a closable tablet with two 5.5-inch 1024 x 480 resolution screens. Both tablets run on Android 3.0.
The unveiling took place yesterday in Tokyo; however, according to Kunimasa Suzuki, the Sony front man showing them off, the tablets will not become available for purchase for another six months. … Read the rest
According to Phil Libin, they are; at least for Evernote – a company whose software allows you to capture, save, and then access information on your desktop and/or mobile gadgets.
iOS Provides More New Users per Developer Than Any Other Platform
The observation was made as part of a presentation Libin gave at the VentureBeat Mobile Summit yesterday. … Read the rest
When it’s time for a new mobile or smartphone, there are several avenues that you can consider when disposing of your old one:
Give your old mobile away.
Sell your old mobile to someone else.
Donate your mobile to a charitable cause.
Do a part exchange deal and receive a discount on your new mobile.
Sell your old mobile for cash online.… Read the rest
I read an article in the Mirror this morning that said that a man from Weston-super-Mare in Somerset was given back his mobile after being mugged because it wasn’t good enough.
Basically, the man was accosted by two muggers and asked for his mobile and his money. After looking at the phone, the muggers then handed it back and left with only the small amount of cash the man had on him.… Read the rest