Mark Bridge writes:
A suggestion that UK mobile phone networks might be forced to improve black-spot coverage by allowing interconnection with their rivals is back in the news. It made the headlines in June and has returned again this week, which is why I could be heard offering my opinion on BBC local radio yesterday morning.
Categories: Networks and operators, Opinion
Tags: o2, uk, vodafone, opinion, legal, three, ee
If I'm interviewing someone for a podcast, I'll generally use my Zoom H4N recorder and a separate microphone or two. But I don't need the same level of high-quality kit if I'm interviewing someone for a written interview. Why carry an expensive recording device when your mobile phone can do the same job?
Categories: Handsets and manufacturers, Applications, Opinion
Tags: opinion, philips, audio
Contactless payments. They're catching on, aren't they?
But mobile contactless payments haven't proved so popular.
Categories: Retailing, Applications, Opinion
Tags: uk, nfc, banking, payments, barclays
I open the iPhone 6 box and discover a phone that feels substantial. Well engineered. Practical. Despite being just 6.9mm deep, it doesn't seem unreasonably delicate.
Categories: Handsets and manufacturers, Networks and operators, Operating systems, Applications, Opinion
Tags: uk, opinion, apple, smartphone, three, iphone, ios
Following my online rant about the customer service I'd received when I suffered a problem with my HTC One, I wrote to Carphone Warehouse.
Categories: Handsets and manufacturers, Retailing, Opinion
Tags: carphone warehouse, opinion, htc, camera
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