Release of Samsung Galaxy Tab could persuade consumers to sell mobiles

Release of Samsung Galaxy Tab could persuade consumers to sell mobiles
Gadget lovers could be tempted to sell mobile phones and buy the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 after the manufacturer won its court case with Apple. The High Court has dismissed Apple's application for special leave to appeal - part of the iPhone-maker's latest attempt to prevent the tablet being released in Australia. According to Samsung, the decision means the Galaxy Tab 10.1 will hit…

New Facebook app for Android could tempt people to sell mobile phones

New Facebook app for Android could tempt people to sell mobile phones
Avid Facebook users might wish to sell mobiles and invest in a new Android-powered device, after an updated app for the platform was launched.The Facebook Blog has confirmed the latest tool will offer consumers several significant advantages and benefits compared to previous versions.For example, it will now be even quicker and easier to browse photographs that have been uploaded to the site by friends and…

New solutions make social networking safer for those who sell mobile phones

New solutions make social networking safer for those who sell mobile phones
Individuals who sell mobile phones and switch to a newer device could be in a position to utilise apps launched by IBM.The company has confirmed it is releasing seven new social networking tools that will make it safer and more secure than ever to use such technology.Among the devices that people could switch to if they wish to use the apps is the Apple iPad.Such…

Sell mobiles to upgrade handheld connection

Sell mobiles to upgrade handheld connection
With a growing number of people said to be favouring mobiles over landlines, it could be time to sell used phones and upgrade to a superior device.New figures from the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) show that one in five individuals have now shunned the option of a landline in favour of a mobile.Of those who still have a permanent, fixed connection to their…

RIM provides ‘sell my mobile’ incentive to business users

RIM provides ‘sell my mobile’ incentive to business users
Business leaders could be wondering how to sell mobiles and switch to BlackBerry handsets manufactured by Research in Motion (RIM), after the company announced a new free tool.BlackBerry Mobile Conferencing 2.0 makes it easier than ever for professionals to engage in conference calls from their mobile device.Users are able to view an email and then instantly create a call with its participants, as a result…

Could selling mobile result in increased security?

Could selling mobile result in increased security?
Consumers may be wondering whether selling mobile phones and switching to a superior device may have a positive effect on the levels of security they enjoy.Many people in Australia are currently using the internet – often via a mobile – to buy goods in the run-up to Christmas, reported AAP.But IT company Unisys has revealed it found that last year more than half of those…

Verizon anticipation of Samsung Galaxy Nexus release could inspire mobile r

Verizon anticipation of Samsung Galaxy Nexus release could inspire mobile r
People may wish to start recycling mobile phones in order to make a space in their personal belongings for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.That is because, according to a leaked email, the device is due to be available via Verizon from Friday (December 9th).Phandroid reported that a copy of a document was picked up by RootzWiki showing an email and a PDF file with details that…

Trade in mobile to access thriving online Christmas shopping market

Trade in mobile to access thriving online Christmas shopping market
People around the world have the option of trading in a mobile phone and switching to a newer model in order to improve their access to online shopping portals.New figures by comScore show that business is booming in the run-up to Christmas, with e-commerce figures particularly high after consumers took to computers and mobiles to secure goods.In the US, for example, $18.7 billion (AUS $18.2…