Trade in mobile to enjoy new Nokia technology

People who opt to trade in a mobile phone over the coming weeks will be in pole position when it comes to being among the first to test out new Nokia technology.Ian, author of the Nokia Conversations blog, explains the Finnish brand has released a beta version of its Qt software development kit 1.1.This features a system called Qt Quick, which is designed to allow…

Trade in mobile to take advantage of gambling benefits

Gamblers who trade in their mobile phone and switch to another device could take advantage of placing bets via their handset.Joel Keeble, head of special projects at H2 Gambling Capital, explains there are plenty of reasons behind the rise in online betting.He notes perhaps the most significant is convenience, with gambling from home or while on the move a lot easier than visiting a bookmakers'…

Huawei Ideos X5 ‘a cheap and powerful’ replacement for those who sell mobil

The Huwaei Ideos X5 could be a good investment for those looking to sell mobile phones and obtain something which is cutting edge, as one website has claimed it ticks all of the right boxes. According to cnet UK, the device is likely to be within many people's budgets, giving access to smartphone technology for those keen to trade mobile phones and secure a newer…

Facebook ‘is a major player in mobile phone market’

Mobile phone operators have been warned to consider the role Facebook plays in their industry, which is likely to be greater than they first think, says Ovum.The telecommunications analyst suggests many firms dismiss the social networking portal as a benign force that they are keen to partner.However, its purpose could be significantly greater, as it has launched a range of phone products and come a…

Mobile phones ‘to be beneficial in emergencies’

The importance of owning a mobile phone will soon be illustrated by the possibility of them being used to text during an emergency.According to the Daily Telegraph, Ofcom has proposed a service that will see users sign up so that they are given the ability to send an SMS to 999 if they encounter a dangerous situation.Some 14,500 people in the UK have taken part…