London-based smartphone manufacturer Kazam, which launched in June this year, has announced its first devices.
There are five smartphones in the Kazam Trooper range and two Kazam Thunder handsets that are expected to be made available across Europe, although specific country availability hasn’t been confirmed yet.
Podcast - 21st August 2013
There's good news for Telefonica as it's chosen to support the UK's smart meter rollout - but bad news for fans of the Microsoft Tag barcode, which is being discontinued in a couple of years' time.
We're also talking about drivers who use mobile phones illegally, Amazon's new service for mobile developers, the forthcoming Kazam smartphone, mobile advertising, satellite broadband, wearable security accessories and a word that's completely unacceptable to Motorola.
London-based smartphone company Kazam, which was set up by former HTC executives Michael Coombes and James Atkins earlier this year, has announced more details about its management team.
There are now 30 people working at Kazam.
Podcast - 26th June 2013
This week's podcast starts with the world's slimmest smartphone (at least for the moment) before introducing a new smartphone company and even more new products from Samsung.
We're also talking about the battle of Instagram vs Vine, the sale of O2 Ireland, mobile retail web usage, the new CEO of BT and a new report about an unexpected health threat to mobile phone users.
More of the same
Mark Bridge writes:
Another week, another couple of product announcements from Samsung. There appears to be no stopping them, despite a recent drop in the company’s share price.
This time it’s a couple of tablets – one of which runs both Android and Windows 8 – and a 20 megapixel camera that’s got a 4G-enabled Android device built in.