Fancy watching Sky Movies from your smartphone or tablet? Even if you aren’t a Sky TV subscriber, you can now download the new application to your mobile device.
What’s more, you can either watch the films live, so to speak, or via the company’s SkyGo subscription service. Until now subscribers to SkyGo were restricted to watching non-film TV channels, including sports channels.… Read the rest
The Asian mobile phone manufacturer HTC has been struggling lately. The company accepts that it has been falling behind other manufacturers, such as Samsung and Apple, in developing strong competitive devices.
However, the management of the Taiwanese outfit has made a promise to turn things around and offer its customers an improved model range that could rival anything else on the market.… Read the rest
The woes for Nokia seem never ending. Just when everyone thought that the corner had turned for the troubled Finnish manufacturer with the release of the new flagship Windows Phone handsets, Nokia has announced the Lumia 800 has battery issues.
Nokia management told mobilechoiceuk.com “We understand that some people have expressed concerns about battery life on the Nokia Lumia 800.… Read the rest
There maybe economic problems, with the latest news suggesting the UK could be in another recession next year. However, all these gloomy predictions don’t seem to be affecting Apple. The company is growing again after the release of the iPhone 4S.
According to the market research company Kantar Worldpanel ComTech, Apple took around three-quarters of smartphone sales this past month.… Read the rest
It has been reported that Android’s Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS), also called Android 4.0, has been successfully ported to an old HTC handset – the HTC G1 or HTC Dream.
This particular device is now considered quite ancient in the grand scheme of things, so if ICS can be successfully installed on this, it may give hope to those users who still have rather old Android devices.… Read the rest