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  • Google Gmail suffers global disruption
    K850i Sony Ericsson K800i Sony Ericsson K750i Google Gmail suffers global disruption Tue 11 Dec 2012 Laptop users on several continents suffered disruption to several Google services yesterday December 10th afternoon The search engine giant announced that its Gmail and Google Drive online storage item ceased operation as consumers were faced with a 502 error stating the server was unable to complete the request Google noted the problem had arisen at 17 30 GMT and claimed it was being investigated but the service was up and running again by 18 10 GMT leaving users with only minor disruptions The company said For everyone who was affected we apologise we know you count on Google to work for you and we worked hard to restore normal operation for you It also confirmed the engineering team was fully engaged in investigating the issue but the company was confident the root cause of the problem had been found and corrected Earlier this month Google announced its Gmail package would no longer be free to use for corporate customers Related Mobile Phone articles Cashing in old mobile phones could save money Mon 10 Dec 2012 Mobile market growth slows Fri 07 Dec 2012 New HTC M7 smartphone rumoured for launch in 2013 Thu 06 Dec 2012 Text messaging reaches 20th anniversary Wed 05 Dec 2012 Mobile phone companies increase support systems investment Mon 03 Dec 2012 Nokia unveils mobile phone duo Tue 27 Nov 2012 App popularity offers more choice for mobile phone owners Mon 26 Nov 2012 Consumers increasingly using mobile technology to find deals Thu 22 Nov 2012 Sony promises new flagship mobile phone Mon 19 Nov 2012 Mobile phone users increasingly turn to Three Fri 16 Nov 2012 More news Recommended links Mobile phones hot deals Latest smartphones Mobile phone insurance

    Original URL path: http://www.mobilephone.co.uk/news/2012/Dec/google-gmail-suffers-global-disruption-801504304.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Cashing in old mobile phones could save money
    and cash them in According to the Metro gadgets and gizmos worth millions of pounds that may have been unwanted gifts from last Christmas are gathering dust in drawers and cupboards across the country The news provider urged Britons to search through their homes for unused laptops tablets and mobile phones that are in good condition in a bid to enjoy some additional funds during the festive period Around a quarter of individuals have a spare computer in their home while 22 per cent are thought to have at least two Individuals could receive as much as 215 for an iPad 2 64GB with 3G WiFi as well as 231 for an iPhone 4S Ashley Payne from Cashinyourgadgets co uk said When you upgrade your mobile phone for example don t just leave it in a cupboard to get dusty cash it in and remember the longer you leave it the less money you ll get for it Related Mobile Phone articles Mobile market growth slows Fri 07 Dec 2012 New HTC M7 smartphone rumoured for launch in 2013 Thu 06 Dec 2012 Text messaging reaches 20th anniversary Wed 05 Dec 2012 Mobile phone companies increase support systems investment Mon 03 Dec 2012 Nokia unveils mobile phone duo Tue 27 Nov 2012 App popularity offers more choice for mobile phone owners Mon 26 Nov 2012 Consumers increasingly using mobile technology to find deals Thu 22 Nov 2012 Sony promises new flagship mobile phone Mon 19 Nov 2012 Mobile phone users increasingly turn to Three Fri 16 Nov 2012 Smartphone sales increasing worldwide Wed 14 Nov 2012 More news Recommended links Latest smartphone offers Tablet offers Buy an iPhone Windows 8 mobile phones unveiled by HTC Mobile phones to enjoy faster wireless connection speeds Mobile phones increasingly used in the workplace

    Original URL path: http://www.mobilephone.co.uk/news/2012/Dec/cashing-in-old-mobile-phones-could-save-money-801503517.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Mobile market growth slows
    Sony Ericsson W300i Sony Ericsson K850i Sony Ericsson K800i Sony Ericsson K750i Mobile market growth slows Fri 07 Dec 2012 The international market has showed signs of slowing down during the last 12 months new research from IDC has revealed According to the information technology analytics firm worldwide shipments of the gadgets increased by 1 4 per cent in 2012 which is less than was expected within the market Despite the continuing popularity of smartphones among tech savvy consumers the growth figure is the smallest reported by IDC in three years with researchers claiming the sluggish economy has impacted the industry However the organisation also predicted a record three months of smartphone sales in the lead up to Christmas as parents and loved ones rush out to buy their relatives the latest gadgets Android was found to be the most dominant mobile operating system at the moment with a 68 per cent mobile share but analysts predicted its spell at the top spot will fall in the coming years as competitors catch up with their software Related Mobile Phone articles New HTC M7 smartphone rumoured for launch in 2013 Thu 06 Dec 2012 Text messaging reaches 20th anniversary Wed 05 Dec 2012 Mobile phone companies increase support systems investment Mon 03 Dec 2012 Nokia unveils mobile phone duo Tue 27 Nov 2012 App popularity offers more choice for mobile phone owners Mon 26 Nov 2012 Consumers increasingly using mobile technology to find deals Thu 22 Nov 2012 Sony promises new flagship mobile phone Mon 19 Nov 2012 Mobile phone users increasingly turn to Three Fri 16 Nov 2012 Smartphone sales increasing worldwide Wed 14 Nov 2012 Ofcom announces auction rules for 4G Mon 12 Nov 2012 More news Recommended links Mobile phone insurance People are increasingly using mobile phones for

    Original URL path: http://www.mobilephone.co.uk/news/2012/Dec/mobile-market-growth-slows-801502662.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Text messaging reaches 20th anniversary
    W300i Sony Ericsson K850i Sony Ericsson K800i Sony Ericsson K750i Text messaging reaches 20th anniversary Wed 05 Dec 2012 The average UK consumer now sends around 50 text message every week new research from Ofcom has revealed Carrying out the survey to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the first ever SMS sent by British engineer Neil Papworth from his computer to an Orbitel 901 the watchdog claimed the technology has changed the way individuals communicate According to Ofcom more than 150 billion text messages were sent in the UK in 2011 representing a significant rise from the 51 billion sent in 2006 Researchers found the communication method is most popular among youngsters aged between 12 and 15 who claim to spend around 193 SMS every week representing almost four times the national average A decline in the number of text messages sent was recorded at the start of 2012 which is thought to be a result of people utilising alternative forms of text based communications including instant messaging and social media James Thickett director of research from Ofcom said Texts have now surpassed traditional phone calls and meeting face to face as the most frequent way of keeping in touch for UK adults revolutionising the way we socialise work and network Related Mobile Phone articles Mobile phone companies increase support systems investment Mon 03 Dec 2012 Nokia unveils mobile phone duo Tue 27 Nov 2012 App popularity offers more choice for mobile phone owners Mon 26 Nov 2012 Consumers increasingly using mobile technology to find deals Thu 22 Nov 2012 Sony promises new flagship mobile phone Mon 19 Nov 2012 Mobile phone users increasingly turn to Three Fri 16 Nov 2012 Smartphone sales increasing worldwide Wed 14 Nov 2012 Ofcom announces auction rules for 4G Mon 12 Nov 2012 Mobile

    Original URL path: http://www.mobilephone.co.uk/news/2012/Dec/text-messaging-reaches-20th-anniversary-801500953.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Mobile phone companies increase support systems investment
    Mon 03 Dec 2012 companies are continuing to increase the amount of money they spend on mobile operations support systems OSS This is according to new findings from ABI Research and should spell good news for consumers looking for the latest telecommunication products It was shown that the OSS market which relates to computer systems procedures software and tools grew by 8 6 per cent in 2011 to stand at 9 079 million 5 656 million In addition the study revealed the sector should see 3 3 per cent growth in 2012 to reach 9 376 million with operators looking to increase efficiency and improve oversight Jake Saunders vice president for forecasting at ABI Research which was established in 1990 said As mobile operators strive to simplify their legacy OSS architectures and procedures 2011 2012 and likely through 2015 should see the benefits of 4G deployments and upgrades Mr Saunders noted 2017 should see this investment surpassing 10 271 million which will be slightly down on the anticipated peak of 2015 when the figure is expected to stand at 10 768 million Related Mobile Phone articles Nokia unveils mobile phone duo Tue 27 Nov 2012 App popularity offers more choice for mobile phone owners Mon 26 Nov 2012 Consumers increasingly using mobile technology to find deals Thu 22 Nov 2012 Sony promises new flagship mobile phone Mon 19 Nov 2012 Mobile phone users increasingly turn to Three Fri 16 Nov 2012 Smartphone sales increasing worldwide Wed 14 Nov 2012 Ofcom announces auction rules for 4G Mon 12 Nov 2012 Mobile phone theft sees major increase in recent years Fri 09 Nov 2012 Microsoft rumoured to be readying its own smartphone Mon 05 Nov 2012 Android mobile phones dominating market in Q3 2012 Fri 02 Nov 2012 More news Recommended links

    Original URL path: http://www.mobilephone.co.uk/news/2012/Dec/mobile-phone-companies-increase-support-systems-investment-801499274.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Nokia unveils mobile phone duo
    Ericsson K800i Sony Ericsson K750i Nokia unveils mobile phone duo Tue 27 Nov 2012 Nokia has unveiled a pair of new with dual SIM variants Both brightly coloured the Nokia Asha 205 and Nokia 206 offer users side access to a SIM card slot which means cards can be swapped around without the need for the handsets to be switched off Tech Radar reports Owners might therefore opt to have a work and private number that can be used on the same phone while the products also include the manufacturer s new Slam sharing technology This enables people to send data such as photographs to other Bluetooth devices without the need to pair the phones The Asha 205 is being promoted as a socially minded phone as it boasts a physical QWERTY keyboard aimed at making it easier for people to enjoy social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter Indeed Facebook has a dedicated button and is pre installed on the phone along with Twitter and eBuddy while buyers can also download a gift pack of 50 EA games Nokia s 206 feature phone is being targeted at consumers looking for a smartphone at a cheaper price while plenty of work has gone into the aesthetics of the product Related Mobile Phone articles App popularity offers more choice for mobile phone owners Mon 26 Nov 2012 Consumers increasingly using mobile technology to find deals Thu 22 Nov 2012 Sony promises new flagship mobile phone Mon 19 Nov 2012 Mobile phone users increasingly turn to Three Fri 16 Nov 2012 Smartphone sales increasing worldwide Wed 14 Nov 2012 Ofcom announces auction rules for 4G Mon 12 Nov 2012 Mobile phone theft sees major increase in recent years Fri 09 Nov 2012 Microsoft rumoured to be readying its own smartphone Mon

    Original URL path: http://www.mobilephone.co.uk/news/2012/Nov/nokia-unveils-mobile-phone-duo-801495528.html (2016-02-10)
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  • App popularity offers more choice for mobile phone owners
    have revealed revenues accumulated by the global mobile application market are on target to exceed 30 billion 18 7 billion by the time 2012 draws to a close This amount is almost double that seen in 2011 and includes revenues from a number of sources including pay per downloads subscriptions in app purchases and in app advertisements Aapo Markkanen a senior analyst at ABI which was established in 1990 explained apps have become a major digital industry with benefits no longer likely to be seen in the short term only Mr Markkanen noted the volume of app downloads has shown a high interest in apps by consumers for some time now but added It s 2012 that will go down in history as the year when the economic side of the business finally took off The industry figure pointed to Apple and Google as being significant contributors to the success of the app industry which have played a big part in helping the sector generate the revenue it has Related Mobile Phone articles Consumers increasingly using mobile technology to find deals Thu 22 Nov 2012 Sony promises new flagship mobile phone Mon 19 Nov 2012 Mobile phone users increasingly turn to Three Fri 16 Nov 2012 Smartphone sales increasing worldwide Wed 14 Nov 2012 Ofcom announces auction rules for 4G Mon 12 Nov 2012 Mobile phone theft sees major increase in recent years Fri 09 Nov 2012 Microsoft rumoured to be readying its own smartphone Mon 05 Nov 2012 Android mobile phones dominating market in Q3 2012 Fri 02 Nov 2012 People are increasingly using mobile phones for internet access Mon 29 Oct 2012 Windows 8 mobile phones unveiled by HTC Mon 22 Oct 2012 More news Recommended links Smartphones People are increasingly using mobile phones for internet access Windows

    Original URL path: http://www.mobilephone.co.uk/news/2012/Nov/app-popularity-offers-more-choice-for-mobile-phone-owners-801494640.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Consumers increasingly using mobile technology to find deals
    best deals on the web This is according to new research from Nielsen a group focused on consumer measurement and information which found shoppers are turning to mobile apps and daily deal sites in the run up to Christmas in a bid to cut down their expenditure It was shown that people in the US are looking to take advantage of coupons from retailer sites more than other sources Indeed the findings revealed 54 per cent of those who used a coupon on their mobile in a bid to bring down prices did so by obtaining the vouchers from retailer websites John Burbank president of strategic initiatives at Nielsen explained people are heading to the most reliable and convenient sources when looking to take advantage of the best deals Mr Burbank added This creates an opportunity for retailers and daily deal sites to streamline the process of gathering deals and coupons for users ultimately increasing website and app traffic to drive sales Related Mobile Phone articles Sony promises new flagship mobile phone Mon 19 Nov 2012 Mobile phone users increasingly turn to Three Fri 16 Nov 2012 Smartphone sales increasing worldwide Wed 14 Nov 2012 Ofcom announces auction rules for 4G Mon 12 Nov 2012 Mobile phone theft sees major increase in recent years Fri 09 Nov 2012 Microsoft rumoured to be readying its own smartphone Mon 05 Nov 2012 Android mobile phones dominating market in Q3 2012 Fri 02 Nov 2012 People are increasingly using mobile phones for internet access Mon 29 Oct 2012 Windows 8 mobile phones unveiled by HTC Mon 22 Oct 2012 Mobile phones to enjoy faster wireless connection speeds Fri 19 Oct 2012 More news Recommended links Best phone and accessory deals People are increasingly using mobile phones for internet access Windows 8 mobile phones

    Original URL path: http://www.mobilephone.co.uk/news/2012/Nov/consumers-increasingly-using-mobile-technology-to-find-deals-801492917.html (2016-02-10)
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