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As we've previously reported, Android L or Lollipop as it is known by now should have been launched first on Google's flagship device, the Nexus 5, during the last couple of weeks. However, delays in the new OS roll-out have been attributed to a possible software bug found in Lollipop's new software build.
It has recently been announced that 4G speeds across some areas of London will be boosted in a slow moving roll-out of a new faster 4G service in which mobile phone service operator EE aims to provide a quicker more robust 4G network to the capital by 2015.
Glasgow based tech company LiGo have designed and created a unique guide for smartphone users to save their devices battery life.
Research by Global Wireless Solutions (GWS) have discovered that an astonishing 1-in-3 mobile internet tasks have failed, as well as 1-in-7 failed voice calls on London's busiest rail commuter routes.
South Korean technology giant Samsung has claimed to have been able to accelerate Wi-Fi speeds to five times the average speed of today's fastest data transfers.
Skype's Raison d'être was always to provide the best free video and voice calls across all of its assets and has done rather well in maintaining a reasonable level of quality across a very demanding and expectant space.
Microsoft's Xbox One and Sony's PlayStation 4 have recently seen out their first year in the highly competitive video gaming market.
Technology giant BT has run into technical problems that could possibly dent the company’s hopes of dominating the lucrative mobile phone market in the near future.
Flagging phone manufacturer Blackberry have released a new phone called the 'Passport' which features a curious square screen and physical keyboard which is also accompanied by touch screen controls.