We could soon be bending our phones if LG has anything to do with it

Mobile phone giant LG has announced its plans for the future - and they are very flexible in more ways than one.The Korean company has shared its roadmap for the future and one specific feature that will capture the attention of many is the fact that we could be playing with bendable smartphones next year.The main thing that is making this possible is that LG…

Phones of Christmases past

It’s the most wonderful time of the year and it really isn’t far away now. There is no denying that aside from the dreaded brussel sprouts, Christmas usually comes with a serving of nostalgia. It’s the time when you think back about the gifts you received over the years and cringe at the horrific knitted jumpers you’ve been forced to wear. Looking back over the…

Government to crackdown on bad reception

Those who have ever had problems with getting good signal for their mobiles can rejoice as it has been announced that the government plans to put an end to phone signal ‘black spots’.Under new legislation mobile phone operators would be obliged to improve their coverage and potentially share rival companies’ networks.This would mean that when a customer loses their signal in a particular black spot,…

Nokia building a flagship Android phone

Following the news that Nokia had sold its mobile phone division to Microsoft, it was believed that the Nokia name would soon become a thing of the past. However, there will be many surprised by rumours that have arisen to suggest that the company will in fact be creating its own handset.The Finnish company is supposedly wanting to bring out its own flagship Android phone,…

Smartphone news over the past week

Another week has passed and as usual there has been plenty going on in the world of the smartphone. Here we take a quick look at what has been happening. Blackberry defended its classic revival As rumours began to circulate that Canadian company Blackberry was going to leave its Passport format and allow natural order to be restored with a new handset, the Blackberry Classic,…

Amazon admits it went wrong with the Fire

It was reported earlier that Amazon made substantial losses of $544 million (approximately £340 million) in its third quarter with the American company blaming its losses on the release of its first attempt at breaking into the smartphone world with the Fire Phone.Amazon stated that there was $83 million left of unsold stock of the Fire Phone which was released in July this year.Now, one…

Making calls a thing of the past

To those who remember using a Nokia 3210, there wasn’t much that you could do with the phone aside from use it to call people, send texts, play snake (of course) and spend hours scouring the back of television magazines for the best new ringtone to purchase. My, how times have changed, nowadays those who own smartphones can use their device to send work emails,…

Rumours begin about the iPhone 7

Yes, you read that right. Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have barely been out for two months and the rumour mill is already spinning fast with whisperings of the iPhone 7.So, what does Apple (supposedly) have in store for us in 2015?Well, first of all , we can’t just assume that the company’s next smartphone will be called the iPhone 7, after all…