Google unveils new flagships, the Pixel 3a and 3a XL

Posted Posted in Android, Handset reviews

Google has released the new Pixel 3a and 3a XL available in Black, White and Purple-ish (Google’s term!). The new devices offer an affordable price tag and carry the benefits of the latest Android operating system – Android 9 Pie, detailed below. The devices feature a scratch-resistant poly-carbonate shielding housing the Sony IMX 12MP camera, alongside Pixel Imprint – the fingerprint sensor that becomes faster […]

Say goodbye to rural ‘non spots’ as Networks near a deal to provide improved coverage in the countryside

Posted Posted in Latest news

EE, Three, Vodafone and O2 are progressively nearing a deal to work together in order to overcome the ‘non-spots’ across the UK countryside, that largely exclude those occupying rural areas from the speeds available for those in urban towns and cities. The network giants are currently discussing sharing infrastructures so that the coverage of rural ‘non-spots’ will be better distributed. “We know that access to a […]

When should I upgrade to a 5G device?

Posted Posted in Tips & support

Back in 2013 Samsung tested 5G at 1Gbps and journalists reported that a HD movie could be downloaded in less than 30 seconds. Fast track to 2014 and Samsung set a mobile speed record of 7.5Gb/s in another 5G trail, while estimates predict the speed will reach 10Gb/s, with transfer rates as high as 800Gb/s further down the line, taking your download time of a full length […]

Business start up? Here’s how a VoIP system will help you

Posted Posted in VoIP, Tips & support

Not sure what the future holds? Scale up and down easily VoIP, aka the “Voice Over Internet Protocol”, is a flexible phone system that allows you to make calls over your internet connection. This means you will have the ability to add a line as soon as you hire a new employee, and if they leave, you can easily reassign or remove that line. The implementation […]