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VoicePlus customers earn $thousands from secure trade-in of devices

22 February 2019 by Michelle Lewis 0 Comments

VoicePlus enterprise customers are earning up to $50,000 each mobile fleet refresh by trading in their end of life smartphones, tablets and laptops.

Samsung pips Apple with 5G folding smartphone, but can we afford it?

21 February 2019 by Michelle Lewis 0 Comments

Samsung has stolen the mantle of most innovative  smartphone manufacturer with the launch of its first 5G-enabled folding smartphone - the Galaxy Fold - but can we afford it, and will it fit in our pocket?

Lower than expected sales of all three new iPhones - XS, XS Max and XR

24 November 2018 by Michelle Lewis 0 Comments

[UPDATED] Apple has cut production of its three new iPhones - the XS, XS Max and XR - due to lower than expected demand, but insists XR is its best selling iPhone ever.

Apple admits hardware issues, free fix for iPhone X and MacBook Pro

12 November 2018 by Michelle Lewis 0 Comments

Apple has admitted hardware quality issues with the iPhone X and some  13-inch MacBook Pro laptops; and offered free fixes.

To Infinity and Beyond...Samsung unveils world-first foldable screen

11 November 2018 by Michelle Lewis 0 Comments

Samsung has once again trumped Apple innovation by unveiling the world's first foldable smartphone screen - the Infinity Flex - at its annual Samsung Developers' Conference.

No more free iPhone headphone jack adapter in the box

04 October 2018 by Michelle Lewis 0 Comments

Apple has killed off the headphone jack for good and removed the free headphone adapter from the box of all iPhone models.

Breakthrough smartphone fingerprint sensor is on the horizon

10 July 2018 by Michelle Lewis 0 Comments

South Korean scientists have devised a new type of smartphone fingerprint sensor which will simplify device design, improve user experience and which can also sense tactile pressure and skin temperature enhancing security.

Worldwide smartphone sales will decline in 2018, but rebound in 2019

03 July 2018 by Michelle Lewis 0 Comments

  Plummeting demand in China has pushed global smartphone sales into decline during the first quarter of 2018, but shipments are expected to move back into growth in 2019, according to the IDC Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker.

HTC to cut 25 percent of workforce due to drop in smartphone sales

03 July 2018 by Michelle Lewis 0 Comments

HTC will dismiss 25 percent of it's Taiwan-based manufacturing unit due to a drop in sales of its smartphones. The cut represents 1,500 jobs.

Energy costs are an impending problem for CIOs

16 June 2018 by Michelle Lewis 0 Comments

Computing now consumes 8% of the world's electricity and unless a new sustainable technology can be found "the information revolution will stall due to power hunger."

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