Plugs are so passé it seems, and storage maker SanDisk is going to prove just why, with a new range of products that keep the plug, but encourage a more plug-free way of connecting.
Internet security is one of those things we all have to keep on top of, and now that we all have mobiles, we need security on these, too. Trend Micro wants to be there, and even has a new app to help make it happen.
If you look at your iPhone and feel a little envious of the quick glance covers that owners of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 have, your time has come as accessory maker Moshi finds a way to make it happen.
Not everyone is after a phone small enough to fit in your pocket, and some of us want to take the web with us in a big way. But if this is your goal and you don’t want to spend a lot, you might find it hard to buy a new phone, and that’s where Nokia is stepping in.
The Mobile World Congress expo in Spain each year generally brings about the announcements of each new flagship phone, and so far, Sony and Samsung have been good about that, so where’s HTC in the middle of this?
Apparently, we’re all obsessed with music, and with how often my headphones leave this writer’s head, I’m not surprised. But it seems we’re also always looking up tunes, and we’re doing it with Shazam so much that the app and service is getting rebuilt for more.
We could all do with better security on the go, and as part of Intel’s push to make security more important for consumers, its McAfee security brand will now release its mobile security app for free, provided you can deal with an ad or two.
With Mobile World Congress getting well and truly underway overseas, Sony is already talking up what it plans to release shortly, with a new Z flagship breaking ground, and a mid-range M made for anyone looking for value.
Samsung has taken the wraps off its new Galaxy S5 in front of a full house at the Unpacked5 event in Barcelona, with a focus on enhancing “everyday lives” in a few key areas including protection, photos, transfer speeds, health and design.
Nokia may well be owned by the Windows Phone owning Microsoft, but that doesn’t mean the Finnish company isn’t keen to see what other operating systems it can use, as the company unveiling three phones running on Android. Sort of.