Trade-in mobile and switch to Android for improved email service

People who trade-in a mobile phone and upgrade to a new Android device will be able to take advantage of an updated Gmail service.Paul Westbrook, of the Gmail for Android team, writes in the latest Google Mobile Blog that the search engine launched the tool in September with the promise of rapid improvements to come.It has now delivered the first of these, resulting in the…

Mobile phone users ‘offered Google in numerous languages’

Speakers of foreign languages in Britain and across the world may be interested in trading-in their mobile phones and switching to an Android device, after Google announced a widespread enhancement of one of its tools.Google Instant is now available in 28 languages and in 40 different nations, explains software engineer Steve Kanefsky, writing for the search engine's Mobile Blog.The update works with mobiles that run…

Switch to Nokia mobile phone for updated map service

Trading-in a mobile and opting for a Nokia device as a replacement is possibly a good move for those with a poor sense of direction.Adam, writing a post for the Nokia Conversations blog, explains the company has launched an update of its Ovi Map service for those with one of its handsets.While this version of the tool may have a similar visual impact to its…

Trade-in mobile for Nokia device and enjoy improved YouTube

Consumers who choose to trade-in a mobile phone and replace it with a Nokia device should enjoy a significantly updated version of YouTube.Andrey Doronichev, YouTube Mobile product manager and author of the latest Google Mobile Blog, says the new app for the video-sharing website – version 2.1 – provides the "fastest, most intuitive" experience yet.He notes the tool was rebuilt from the ground up, ensuring…

Consumers can soon sell used phone and splash out on Nokia E7 with Three

Britons will soon be able to sell their used phones and put the cash towards signing up to a deal for the Nokia E7 with Three.The network confirms it is to stock the model, which features a four-inch display and the latest screen technology, entitled Nokia Clear Black Display.This creates a crystal-clear screen for users to view, creating obvious benefits in areas such as games,…

Selling mobile may allow people freedom when setting up homescreens

The ability to set up a homescreen in any particular way may be a consideration for Britons when it comes to choosing a new handset.Indeed, those who wish for more freedom could go ahead with plans to sell a mobile and use the funds to select a perfect replacement.Adam, writing the latest Nokia Conversations blog, explains the Finnish brand is keen to find out exactly…

Mobile fans could have radio to look forward to on iPhone 5

Mobile users who are waiting for Apple to release the iPhone 5 may be delighted to hear that, in the opinion of one expert at least, it looks like it will include an AM, FM and Satellite radio.Luke Johnson, writing a piece for T3, says the technology firm has filed a patent for the incorporation of the sound system on its next model.He details the…

Trade-in mobile to enjoy new-look Android operating system

Trading-in a mobile phone for money may allow Britons to sign up to a deal for a handset that runs on the new Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system.Flora Graham, taking a closer look at the platform for news and reviews site CNET UK, explains it has a very different look to some of its predecessors, such as Android 2.2 Froyo.For example, many of the colours…