Sony Xperia X and Xperia XA

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Sony Xperia X and Xperia XA Sony released two new devices at the 2016 Mobile World Congress – the Xperia X and Xperia XA, as part of their new ‘X Series’ which is expected to be fully launched this summer. The new models look a bit different from the previous Z series, moving away from the block design to rounded edges and curved glass displays. […]

How to make your Android device more secure

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How to make your Android device more secure Lock your apps AppLock is a free app that allows you to lock your SMS, Contacts, Gmail, Facebook, Gallery, Market, Settings, Calls and any app of your choice, allowing you to protect your privacy and control access to your phone. Download here: Create multiple user accounts If you own an Android tablet and are sharing with […]

How to back up your Android device

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How to back up your Android device Google’s Android offers the ability to seamlessly save certain settings like wireless network preferences, bookmarks, and custom dictionary words to their servers using your Google account. To enable it: Go to Settings > Personal > Backup and reset, and select both Backup my data and Automatic restore. Then head to Settings > Personal >  Accounts & Sync, and select your Google account. Select […]

We’re hiring! Technical Customer Service Vacancy

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Technical Customer Service Vacancy  We are looking for an enthusiastic, diligent and organized individual with experience in a technology or technical support role to become an important member of our team. The position will involve dealing with technical issues that occur alongside the telecoms services that we provide, including mobile phones, networks and applications as well as VoIP, connectivity and fixed line services. You will be […]

5G – The future of Mobile Networks

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5G will be the fifth generation of mobile network, and is expected to dramatically out-do the performance of the current 3G and 4G networks. “Ericsson predict that 5G’s latency will be around one millisecond – un-perceivable to a human and about 50 times faster than 4G.” 5G is expected to be capable of delivering extremely fast data with estimates between 10 – 50 Gbit/s compared […]