Archive for 02-2010
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iPhone users 'set to benefit from enhanced Google'12 February 2010 — 11:36 AM
Consumers could wish to recycle their used mobile to upgrade to an iPhone and make use of on-the-go Google search.
Mobile recycling could allow sports fans to follow the action12 February 2010 — 3:37 PM
Recycling an old mobile phone for cash towards a new handset could allow consumers to keep up to date with their favourite sports.
Techonology could prevent mobile phone crime12 February 2010 — 7:01 PM
New technology measures may reduce mobile phone theft.
Skype on 3 'saves customers money'11 February 2010 — 11:49 AM
Consumers could wish to sell their old mobile phone for cash to put towards a Skype-compatible handset.
Mobile users 'can enjoy both Buzz and Facebook'11 February 2010 — 4:00 PM
The launch of Google Buzz could encourage consumers to recycle an old mobile phone for cash towards a new handset.
'The future looks bright' for mobile phones10 February 2010 — 11:53 AM
Orange suggests HD voice will begin a 'new era' and could encourage consumers to trade in their old mobile.
Touchscreen popularity 'on the increase'10 February 2010 — 3:45 PM
Smartphones with a touchscreen are increasing in poularity, research suggests.
O2 offers Priority Tickets with Shazam iPhone app10 February 2010 — 5:43 PM
Apple iPhone users could receive Priority Tickets for artists they like with Shazam.
Consumers 'demanding instant internet access'9 February 2010 — 11:52 AM
Mobile recycling could be an option worth considering for consumers looking to purchase a new smartphone handset.
Google offers helpline for Nexus One9 February 2010 — 1:56 PM
Consumers in the UK could consider mobile recycling to receive cash to put towards the new Google Nexus One handset.