Dave Tucker - Sonocent

My Top 7 apps: Dave Tucker from Sonocent

I’m back with another Top 7 apps write up for you all. Today Dave Tucker from Sonocent is going through his favourite apps. Sonocent was founded in 2007 by speech technology expert, Roger Tucker, Sonocent is an edtech firm specialised in helping students and professionals alike harness the power of the spoken word. Originally created […]

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The rise and fall of BlackBerry

A topic close to the heart of many of our readers, the much loved Canadian handset company has experienced some turbulent times in the past few years. There’s no denying that they have made some excellent phones, but they are in the middle of a turnaround at the moment (event T-Mobile US’ John Legere recently said “they’re on […]

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Samsung Tizen Z3 proves surprisingly popular

As you are probably aware, Samsung has been slowly improving its home-grown Tizen operating system over the past year or two, releasing a couple of affordable smartphones targeted at emerging markets like India and Bangladesh. The company’s latest device, the Z3, recently made it into GSMArena’s Top 10 Trending Phones of Week 46 rankings at number four, […]

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Apps to Watch: Just Press Record

One of the most useful apps mysteriously missing from Apple Watch is a built-in voice recorder app. There is an iOS version that comes with every iPhone, so quite why Apple didn’t include one on Apple Watch is anyone’s guess. In today’s Apps to Watch post, we’ll take a quick look at Just Press Record, a handy little app that fills the […]

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Nearly half of Xmas gift buyers will do it all online

Judging by the constant bombardment of Christmas adverts and shop windows already displaying their seasonal displays, you’ll no doubt already have started to think about that all-important activity this time of year – Christmas shopping. Whether you plan on visiting the high street stores or doing at least some of your present buying online, it seems that an increasing majority are buying […]

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Over 100 million Android phones expected to integrate Opera Max by 2017

News landed on our desk recently concerning the uptake of Opera’s data management / compression app Opera Max, which aims to reduce the amount of data used by Android phones. In an age where unlimited data plans are expensive, and increasingly being scaled back by the majority of operators, anything that can reduce the amount of data […]

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Exclusive: Banking apps aren’t killing the banks

We’ve just had the results of the latest survey from our friends at One Point Global that we are keen to share with you. The purpose of the survey was to find out if people had stopped visiting bank branches.  Considering the growth in mobile banking and predictions that mobile banking will have overtaken all […]

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My Top 7 apps: Nick Braund of PHA Media

I’m back with another Top 7 apps. This week we have Nick Braund from PHA Media, he is the Head of Technology & Innovation. PHA Media is one of the UK’s leading and fastest growing PR agencies. Founded by former newspaper & magazine editor Phil Hall 10 years ago, the company has become one of […]

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