Doro, the Swedish company best known for its easy-to-use handsets, has launched a new smartphone.
The Doro Liberto 820 is designed for older users who may need additional support or encouragement with their mobile device.
The number of mobile malware infections increased by 17% during the first six months of 2014, which is almost double the rate seen in 2013.
It mirrors a similar infection rate in residential fixed-line networks, from a 9% increase in December 2013 to 18% at the end of June 2014.
Motorola has launched two new smartphones and its Moto 360 watch.
It’s the latest news in a busy week that’s also seen product announcements from Samsung, Sony and Microsoft.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has spoken to the Wall Street Journal following the ‘photo hacking’ revelations that surfaced last weekend.
Personal photos that claimed to be of over 100 celebrities were posted on image sharing website 4Chan, with a number of the famous victims confirming their pictures had been stolen and uploaded.
It’s reported that Vodafone UK won’t renew its network agreement with Phones 4u when it ends in February next year.
This means Phones 4u shops will not be able to offer ‘pay monthly’ connections and upgrades on the Vodafone network.