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Spotify shows Windows Phone love, goes free on the platform

8 hours ago  by Alan Buckingham
Spotify shows Windows Phone love, goes free on the platform
While Windows Phone gets a lot of attention for what it doesn't have, the Microsoft mobile platform is slowly making progress. Now it is scoring a major win, and getting on par with rivals, as Spotify

Evermind lets users monitor sick relatives remotely

21 Aug 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Evermind lets users monitor sick relatives remotely
The remote monitoring system costs $199, in addition to a $29 monthly subscription fee, and aims to provide peace of mind by alerting users when certain everyday appliances are used.

Star Wars style holograms are heading to your smartphone

21 Aug 2014  by Wayne Williams
Star Wars style holograms are heading to your smartphone
Hologram technology is slowly beginning to edge its way from the realms of Star Wars science fiction; it may not be long until we're able to project holograms straight from our mobile phones.

Remember Flappy Bird? Its Swing Copters iOS sequel will ruin your life all over again

19 Aug 2014  by Alysia Judge
Remember Flappy Bird? Its Swing Copters iOS sequel will ruin your life all over again
Flappy Bird was a worldwide sensation, and Swing Copters is its official sequel. Dong Nguyen has just announced the game will be arriving on Android and iOS this week.

Hipsters rejoice as world's first ever smartphone heads to new London Science Museum exhibition: It's 20 years old

18 Aug 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
Hipsters rejoice as world's first ever smartphone heads to new London Science Museum exhibition: It's 20 years old
IBM Simon, a 200 x 64 x 38mm, 510g beast, first hit the shelves back on 16 August 1994 – a full 20 years ago (when I was not yet steady on my feet).

Samsung enhances its Kids Store to boost child safety

05 Aug 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Samsung enhances its Kids Store to boost child safety
The South Korean firm has announced an update to the feature, available in Kids Mode, that allows parents to set up safeguards to protect children from unwanted content.

The Android and iOS apps that ensure you won't miss a second of the 2014 Commonwealth Games

29 Jul 2014  by Sam Pudwell
The Android and iOS apps that ensure you won't miss a second of the 2014 Commonwealth Games
There's no need to worry about missing any of the action from Glasgow, there are a range of mobile apps available to keep you in the loop.

Facebook status update from dying phone saves UK teenager from watery grave

14 Jul 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
Facebook status update from dying phone saves UK teenager from watery grave
An 18-year-old male, whose name has not yet been released, was left marooned off the Cornish coast last week after his dinghy capsized.

Have smartphones ruined our sex lives?

08 Jul 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
Have smartphones ruined our sex lives?
According to a survey of 1,500 UK couples between the ages of 18 and 30, smartphones are getting in the way of private time - in the bedroom, to be precise.

Lost for words? Then this emoji-only social network could be just for you

01 Jul 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Lost for words? Then this emoji-only social network could be just for you
Emojli will be launching soon on iOS, as a clutter-free social network where all communication, including status updates and usernames, will take place using emoji icons only.

Two kisses or three? New survey explores romantic phone etiquette

20 Jun 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Two kisses or three? New survey explores romantic phone etiquette
A new survey compiled by TalkTalk Mobile has found that using the wrong amount of kisses in a text message is the biggest mistake made by couples conducting their relationship via text.