Would an innovative mobile phone help you get more work done?

Orange has asked the UK's workers to become more productive by taking advantage of technology such as mobile phones.The network operator said 90 per cent of workers spend an average hour commuting every day and taking advantage of being able to connect to technology could prove beneficial.Robert Ainger, director of corporate business at Orange UK, said the innovative mobile phone technology currently on offer means…

Mobile recycling worth considering to use apps?

Consumers might wish to consider selling an old mobile for cash to receive money towards an upgrade. Those wishing to make use of apps, such as those available in Nokia's Ovi Store, could recycle their old handset with Mazuma. The mobile manufacturer's blog reports that Shazam has received more than one million downloads since it was launched. Shazam on Nokia devices allows users to identify…

Samsung Galaxy S revealed with 4-inch touchscreen

Samsung has revealed the Galaxy S, a smartphone that is hoped to make a splash in the market which is currently dominated by the BlackBerry and Apple's iPhone.With a four-inch touchscreen and a one gigahertz processor, the Galaxy S - which is based on Android 2.1 - is expected to be launched globally later this year.Individuals interested in the trend for more environmentally-friendly handsets could…

Wi-Fi mobile phones have experienced “phenomenal growth”

Wi-Fi mobile phones have experienced "phenomenal growth"If you have a wireless handset would you never go back to a mobile phone that does not have Wi-Fi?Individuals who want high-performing mobile phones could realise the benefits of Wi-Fi.People who do not have a Wi-Fi-enabled mobile phone may decide to trade their old device in for cash in order to experience the benefits that such technology has.According…

Mobile recycling could allow for a new Nokia to be purchased

The Nokia E72 is set to be made available to consumers on the 3UK network, it has been revealed. Consumers could wish to take a closer look at the handset if they are considering making an upgrade. Mobile recycling with Mazuma is one way in which people could get rid of their old handset in an environmentally friendly way while also receiving cash. Sylvia Chind,…

Selling an old mobile could allow for upgrade to Wi-Fi handset

Selling an old mobile phone could provide consumers with cash to put towards a new handset with Wi-Fi and therefore on the move internet access. Recent findings from company InSites Consulting suggested that 72 per cent of people who use the internet make use of at least one social networking site. This translates to 940 million users around the world. Natasha Stokes, editor of Mobile…

Social networking sites could provide reason to recycle an old mobile

Mobile recycling could be driven by users wanting on the go access to Facebook - the best known social networking website in this country, if recent findings are anything to go by. Recent research from InSites Consulting found that 98 per cent of people asked knew the website by name. An increasing number of mobile phones are using the internet capabilities of their device as…

Nokia asks if a time will come when mobile phones are thin enough

Nokia has asked the question of whether a mobile phone can ever be thin enough for the desires of consumers.Writing on the Nokia Conversations website, JCB said over the past five years mobile phones have come a long way in terms of their thickness.The advancement of nanotechnology means that a time will come when consumers will not think their mobile phone is too thick.Moving on…