Apple iPhone 3G deal links O2 broadband

Those selling mobile phones to pay an Apple iPhone 3G may be impressed with O2's announcement that the gadget will now be offered with a number web facilities.Existing and new subscribers can take advantage of the company's O2 Home Broadband products when they add the 3 GB Internet Tethering Bolt On to their tariff between now and December 31st 2009.Peter Rampling, head of consumer mobile…

HTC HD2 ‘makes Windows Mobile look great’

Those looking to sell mobilephones for a Microsoft-powered device may wish to hear one expert's recent comments.Reviewed by T3 this week, the HTC HD2 is one of the latest devices to emerge from the manufacturer that is not equipped with Google's Android operating system - like its Hero and Magic siblings.However, the site's Gareth Beavis pointed out that although Windows Mobile is the software of…

DROID unseats Apple iPhone 3G S

The Motorola DROID has been unveiled as one technology website's top phone this week, which could interest those looking to sell mobiles they no longer need.According to online gadget news resource PC World, there is a selection of high-performance models currently out there, but the recently announced smartphone is now the most desirable.It noted the DROID will be the first to utilise Google's Android 2.0…

HTC Hero available now on 3 Mobile

Those looking to sell mobilephones will have one extra handset to choose from now following the launch of a new Android device.From the end of last week, the Google-powered HTC Hero has been made available to 3 Mobile customers across the UK as part of a number of packages designed to tempt music lovers.In addition to its touch screen, five-megapixel camera and personalised user interface,…

Sony Ericsson X10 ‘should worry Nokia and Microsoft’

More devices like the Sony Ericsson X10 could spell trouble for some other manufacturers, if one expert is to be believed.According to a spokesman for Mobile Gazette, a publication which offers news and reviews on the latest handsets and developments, companies like Nokia and Microsoft may have cause for concern.Conrad Longmore, editor at the technology resource, explained that Google is taking a bigger stake in…

Samsung Mythic and Flight announced

Two new handsets have been unveiled by one South Korean manufacturer that may tempt those about to sell mobilephones.It was announced this week that the Samsung Mythic and Flight would be added to the company's line of touchscreen-enabled devices although each would offer something slightly different for the buyer.The former is equipped with a 3.3-inch front panel, but also boasts technology that allows it to…

HTC Touch2 ‘small and respectable’

Those looking to sell mobilephones for a new and "pocketable" smartphone should try the HTC Touch2, it has been suggested.In an article for Mobile Burn this week, Russell Jefferies explained that with a selection of "respectable" features on board, the handset is well-equipped to keep most buyers happy.However, for those recycling mobile phones who might be concerned this would make the device too big, the…

HTC HD2 ‘a result of close Microsoft collaboration’

Those looking at recycling mobile phones for a new Microsoft-based gadget have been given another option this week.HTC has confirmed consumers across Europe and Taiwan will see the new HD2 arrive in stores soon, as the handset has now begun shipping with Windows 6.5 onboard.The corporation's chief executive officer, Peter Chou said the new model had been the result of a "close partnership" between both…