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Mar 03 2015 09:38 | normal in News
Qi Wireless charging has become a major feature over the last 12 months, and with the Samsung Galaxy S6 now also including it, it's now a major feature. Problem is, unless you're carrying around your wireless charger (kind of self defeating), where will you find the nearest charge point to top up your phone?
Mar 03 2015 09:28 | normal in News
E-ink is making a bit of a splash this year, offering low power second screen displays to compliment the every bigger, brighter, more power hungry main displays on mobile devices. There seems to be quite a boom in them, and the OAXIS InkCasei6 caught our eye as an elegant solution for iPhone 6 users and the Inkcase Plus for Android users
Mar 03 2015 09:10 | normal in News
Facial recognition proved to be a bit of a false start in securing mobile phones. Biometric finger print technology has made things more secure, and now ZTE has partnered with EyeVerify to make it possible to unlock your phone using biometric eye scans.
Mar 03 2015 08:45 | normal in News
Often car companies can be accused of not really thinking much beyond they're world, but Ford has launched Handle on Mobility. It's looking at the bigger picture of transport in cities and trying to ease the journey of commuters and also couriers / repair people etc.
Mar 03 2015 08:19 | normal in News
Silent Circle made a bit of a splash at last year's MWC with the Blackphone. It was the first smartphone dedicated to maintaining privacy. A year and a few Snowden revelations later, Silent Circle have launched two new devices and a new service aimed at businesses.
Mar 02 2015 17:11 | normal in News
Sailfish OS has up until now, only been available on Jolla devices. Being relatively small Finnish company, it has possibly restricted how many devices out there, despite being an open OS. With that in mind, they've opened up Sailfish to other manufacturers, and struck up a partnership with Intel.
They've also created a new secure mobile platform too.
Mar 02 2015 16:23 | normal in News
There are apps for everything these days, but what about telling you of any natural disaster or other serious event whilst you're travelling? On top of that, who should you contact etc? Swedish company, Global Warning Systems have created an app for that too.