New mobile phone app OrSaveIt aims to turn you from an impulse buyer into an impulse saver. Money journalist Neil Faulkner looks at how it works.
Reading a map, writing thank you notes and doing sums in our heads are just some of the skills being made obsolete by technology, according to new research.
Has the relentless advance of technology bamboozled us to the point that we now need classes to learn how to use our mobile phones? It seems so, as a number of further education colleges across the country have started offering tuition in this area.
It's been a big year in the gadget world and mobile phones are certainly no exception. But what does 2013 hold in store for smartphone fans?
Whether you love classics such as It’s A Wonderful Life, or Christmas comedies like Elf, you can use your smartphone to enjoy loads of yuletide flicks. Here’s how.
Ask anyone what the most popular smartphone is and they’ll probably give you the same answer: the iPhone. But is this true?
EE, owner of Orange and T-Mobile, is now offering its customers much faster internet connection with a new, more expensive, 4G service. But is it worth the cost?
Television viewers increasingly watch their favourite programmes with mobile devices in hand, using them to find info related to things they've seen, connect with other viewers, or generally browse or email during the adverts.
Bad credit can stop you getting a mobile phone contact. If you’re thinking of upgrading to the new iPhone 5, you may need to improve your credit history. Here’s how.
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