Everything Everywhere has confirmed that six dual-branded Orange and T-Mobile stores will be opening this week as part of a trial scheme. The stores are located in Tooting, Palmers Green, Hertford, Bridgend, Weston super Mare and Dorchester.
Most 18 to 27 year-old Opera Mini users access the web from their mobile phones more often than they use a desktop or laptop computer for browsing. That’s according to a survey released by Opera Software, the company responsible for the range of Opera web browsers. The figure is dramatically higher in Nigeria, South Africa and Indonesia, where over 90% of these younger users said they used their mobile phones more than computers to access the internet.
Mark Bridge writes:
The Google Nexus S. Search for it online and you’ll find over a million web pages talking about it.
But I don’t care about the Google Nexus S. Or the Nexus Two or the Samsung i9020 or whatever else you call it. Quite frankly, it’s not any use to me. My current rapidly-aging HTC TyTn II has more features than the Nexus S.
Nokia has appointed Jerri DeVard as the company’s Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer with effect from 1st January 2011.
The Acer Group has launched a new online multimedia and application store called alive. It promises “a unique starting point for users, allowing them to browse, search, access, purchase, stream or download and play any type of digital content”. The service aims to deliver regularly-updated content that can be personalised for each user’s interests.