A decade ago Nokia accounted for almost half the mobile phones in use. Within a handful of years it was irrelevant.
Today Nokia is back. Sort of. A little-known Finnish company called HMD Global has the name rights. HMD sells four Nokia models; the Nokia 3, 5, 6 and 8.…Also on:
There’s a Nokia 8 phone vibrating on the desk in front of me. Soon I’ll write a potted review of my experience with the phone. For now, let’s tease you with this: My first impressions are favourable.
Nokia’s new phones use Android.…Also on:
This year’s premium phones are better equipped and more powerful than most PCs. They also tend to be more expensive.
Phones have been pocketable personal computers for four or five years now. For most of that time their productive capacity has been on a par with desktops and laptops.…Also on:
Vodafone has a new version of its speech-mark logo and a new slogan: ‘The Future is Exciting. Ready?’
The bright red colour stays. Although there will be less of it. From today the white on red will become red on white.…Also on:
Last year Symantec released an iOS version of Norton Wi-Fi Privacy. It’s a solid app that shields an iPhone or iPad against everyday risks with public Wi-Fi hotspots.
This year Norton has expanded the product in two ways.…
Last year’s Galaxy Note 7 looked like a winner. My review described it as the best Android phone. Then we learnt about battery explosions and burning phones.
Yesterday Samsung unveiled this year’s model. The company’s Auckland launch was a tired affair set in a grim industrial bunker.…