Mobile phone users could soon combine Nokia model with Android platform

Mobile phone customers who dream of the opportunity to use one of Nokia's popular models on the Android operating system could soon see the option become a reality. Stuart Dredge, writing for CNET UK, explains comments from the Finnish brand's chief executive officer Stephen Elop appear to have raised the possibility. It would be the first time Nokia has launched mobiles that do not run…

Environmentally Friendly Technology – Recycling Your Mobile Phone for Cash

We all know that traditionally, technology and the environment do not often mix in the sense that modern technology often incurs many non-environmentally friendly components such as plastics and metals in their masses. Of course, these new technological devices will only be allowed to grow if consumers and made aware of their environmental consequences should they be disposed of incorrectly. Many often take advantage of…

AMOLED Screens to Revolutionise the Mobile Market

AMOLED technology is here to stay, so all the technical experts tell us, but what is AMOLED technology and what's so special about it? AMOLED is an acronym that stands for the incredibly technical sounding Active Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Diode. Well, the active matrix is a rather grand way to say that the screen has layers. We have all become relatively used to the term…

It’s My Mobile and I’ll Cry if I Want to

We all have the problem from time to time. What are we going to do with those old mobile phones once they have stopped working? Clearly, these wonderful and well loved pieces of technology that we have lovingly kept safe in phone socks and adorned with glittery trinkets cannot be simply discarded like unwanted packaging. So, we have come up with a few possibilities for…

Your Old Mobile – Recycle or Sell?

With an sector such as the mobile phone industry growing rapidly by the day, it is not unusual for even the most non-technological people to have old mobile phones in their bottom drawer. 'Old' of course, does not always mean broken, but just simply out of date, therefore it is not always necessary and is certainly not very productive just to throw it away. With…

What to Do with Your Old Mobile

First of all, under no circumstances must you throw it out. With mobile phones becoming cheaper and cheaper by the day and much more accessible, there really is no need to hold on to broken mobiles or even "out of date" models that you no longer desire and unfortunately, due to their relatively low economical value, often end up in the bin. However there really…

Trade-in mobile for world’s first dual-core smartphone

Consumers excited by the prospect of the world's first dual-core smartphone being released in March could start preparing to trade-in their existing mobile in order to raise funds to purchase it. Luke Johnson, writing for news and reviews site T3, explains the LG Optimus 2X is set to be launched in the UK on March 18th. However, with a price tag of £469.99 – perhaps…

Trade-in mobile and switch to Orange for contactless payment

Britons who would like to make their shopping experiences a little easier could find trading-in a mobile for money with Mazuma helps their quest.Rich Trenholm, author of a piece for CNET UK, explains Orange and Barclaycard have teamed up to offer the service in the UK for the first time.It means those who would like to be among the first consumers to try out the…