White iPhone 4s ‘to be available to mobile users’

Consumers who trade in mobiles in a bid to keep up with the latest and most stylish models will soon be able to get their hands on a white iPhone 4.That is because manufacturer Apple has started preparations for the launch of the long-awaited device, reported Apple Insider.It has confirmed the arrival of the handset – which has been delayed since last July – is…

Businesses may benefit from mobile trade in

British firms might find trading in mobile phones and upgrading to the latest models that offer access to social networks such as Facebook is a wise move.Spencer Parker, group product manager at Websense, explained the site is becoming increasingly acceptable in commercial circles.He noted many businesses now have their own Facebook page with the intention of attracting potential customers to it.The expert also noted that…

Sell mobiles for top themes with Nokia

People who choose to sell mobiles in order to switch to one of the latest Nokia devices will be given the chance to download a great theme.Adam, author of the latest piece for Nokia Conversations, explained themes are a favourite of many people, in much the same way as other users prioritise apps and music.He identified Angry Shark as one that can give a menacing…

Sell mobiles for ‘UK’s favourite mobile’ – the iPhone 4

Consumers who sell mobiles and subsequently begin the hunt for a replacement device might wish to splash out on the UK's favourite handset – the Apple iPhone 4.According to new research by uSwitch.com, the model is now the most popular with technology fans in the country.It has jumped two places to reach the number one spot in April, with the HTC Desire HD and HTC…

Mobile trade in could help adults master the internet

A significant number of parents in the UK could benefit from trading in their mobile phone and investing in an internet-friendly handset in order to learn more about the web. New Ofcom research has found almost half (48 per cent) of those with children aged between five and 15 admit they know less about online activity than their sons and daughters.When the age range is…

Sell mobile to join Nokia-Microsoft revolution

Some observers may believe Nokia and Microsoft's decision to team up could lead to a revolution of the phone market, which those who sell mobiles now could be in a great position to take advantage of.The two companies have today (April 21st) announced they have signed an agreement to put a global mobile ecosystem in place, ahead of the pre-set target.Each will put its assets…

Trade in mobiles to join contactless payment revolution

People who trade in their mobile phones will find they have a good chance of joining the contactless payments revolution if they choose a suitable replacement.Howard Wilcox, senior analyst at Juniper Research, said the rise of near field communications (NFC) technology will "open up" the possibility of widespread payments by mobile.He added a number of organisations, including McDonalds, have now declared an interest in adapting…

Nokia E6 mobile phone ‘built with users in mind’

The usability of the Nokia E6 is one of the factors that makes the mobile phone just right for so many consumers.Answering questions on the device for Nokia Conversations, product manager Chris Probert cited the device's functionality as a key attribute.He suggested the removal of the optical sensor, which was found on the Nokia E72, is a good move, particularly for owners."The touch screen allows…