Android, Apple, Windows or BlackBerry for business?

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Android, Apple, Windows or BlackBerry for business? Unsurprisingly, various Apple iPhones including the iPhone 6 and iPhone 7, alongside Samsung models including the Samsung S7 and Galaxy J3, topped the list of the highest selling smartphones in the world (IHS’ list of 10 ‘Best-selling smartphones for 2016). But is the popular choice always the best choice? With so many models on the market, choosing the right […]

Great news! Vodafone WiFi Calling at no extra cost

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Make calls over WiFi with no additional chargeStay connected in more areas than ever beforeFrequent business traveller? While mobile coverage can vary from place to place, it’s likely your hotel will provide you with WiFi. With Vodafone’s WiFi Calling, you can make and receive calls without any mobile reception as long as you have a good WiFi connection. The service is also ideal for those […]

Samsung Pay now available to American Express cardholders in the UK

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Samsung Pay now available to American Express cardholders As of October 19th 2017, Samsung Pay is now available to American Express cardholders in the UK. This comes as the second addition to Samsung Pay over the past few months, with support for cards issued by the Co-operative Bank added in September. In addition to American Express and Co-op, Samsung Pay supports Visa and Mastercard as […]

Huawei unveils Mate 10 series

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Huawei unveils Mate 10 series Huawei will be releasing it’s latest series in the UK between the end of October and mid October. Design: The Mate 10 will be available in Black, Pink Gold, Champagne Gold and Mocha Brown. The Pro version on the other hand, features in Titanium Grey, Midnight Blue, Mocha Brown and Pink Gold. It seems the colour differences are more apparent […]

Will Samsung release a foldable smartphone?

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Will Samsung release a foldable smartphone? After six years of trial and error, Samsung, could be the first company to commercially launch a ‘foldable phone’. In 2011, Samsung’s prototype was able to remain intact after a whopping 100,000 folds with only a 6% drop in brightness at centre (where all the folding happened), however various manufacturing issues prevented the real deal – until now. Rumour […]