How important is your T Mobile G1 or iPhone 3G?

A new study has looked at how the latest phones like the T Mobile G1 or Apple iPhone 3G now play a central role in people's day-to-day lives.The survey, conducted by experts at mobile device management specialists Mformation, found that 94 per cent of handset users keep the names and numbers of their friends stored in their device's address book.In addition, 65 per cent of…

Sony Ericsson W995 “a feature-rich handset”

In a piece for Trusted Reviews this week, Sandra Vogel puts the Walkman-branded Sony Ericsson W995 handset to the test and notes that although initially sceptical, she was ultimately won over by it. The model was originally unveiled at the Mobile World Congress event in February and follows other music focused models in the range like the Sony Ericsson W980. Ms Vogel states in the…

Motorola launches the Rival

A new mobile phone has been launched that its manufacturer believes will be ideal for users who like to send messages via email and text. The Motorola Rival joins a stable of handsets that include the T Mobile G1 and Nokia N97 in providing a full qwerty keyboard - in the case of this model though, the pad is lit from the back to make…

New dance game heads to Nokia N95

A new game has been launched for handsets such as the Nokia N95 that encourages players to get up on their feet.Dance fabulous challenges gamers with handsets equipped with the manufacturer's N-Gage platform to create and choreograph a series of moves and synch them up with music from their phone.In addition, players can keep track of their points and connect to other fans of the…

LG Arena: Pretty in pink – but only on Orange

The LG Arena has been given a makeover that Orange mobile phone users could soon get their hands on.It was announced this week by the South Korean handset manufacturer that a new pink version of its flagship device would be launched as an exclusive to the network.Further to this, LG took the opportunity to remind consumers about some of the many applications, functions and multimedia…

Apple iPhone 3G is ‘no longer just a gadget’

Smartphones such as the The Apple iPhone 3G are no longer just technological wizardry but an everyday essential item, it has been claimed.Writing in the New York Times, Steve Lohr suggested in today's economic climate people are penny-pinching to save money, but when it comes to phones they are prepared to trade in their old mobile and open up their wallets to get their hands…

O2 reveals launch date for Apple iPhone 3G S

The The Apple iPhone 3G S will be available on Pay Monthly, Pay & Go, Business, and Corporate tariffs.Anyone who already has a an earlier version of the device can download the new iPhone OS 3.0 software to get more than 100 new features for their iPhone - including the ability to cut, copy and paste texts, numbers and email addresses between apps.However, they could…

Sony Ericsson W995 has “great music features”

Those trading in their used phone and looking for a mobile with impressive music features could take a look at the Sony Ericsson W995, it has been suggested.In an infoSync review the device gets a score of 73 per cent and it is claimed the product gets things right in a few key areas that its main rivals may have missed.Compared to the Nokia's Nseries,…