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The First Smartphone Was a Complete Failure

The First Smartphone Was a Complete Failure

The IBM Simon has been referred to as the world’s first smartphone, being the first handset to incorporate PDA features and email along with being able to make and receive calls. Going on sale in August, 1994, the SIMON was certainly an ugly brute, and a commercial failure at the time, but is now a collectors item, and has no doubt had an influence on the DNA of the modern smartphone as we know it.

New Network from Carphone Warehouse Called ID Ireland

New Network from Carphone Warehouse Called ID Ireland

Carphone warehouse have announced that their new mobile network offering for the Irish market will be called "iD" and will be available this summer. Promising flexible tariffs, and excellent value, this release adds to the already competitive mobile network marketplace in Ireland. Stay tuned to see if you can save money by switching!

8 Ways to Stay in Touch at a Festival

8 Ways to Stay in Touch at a Festival

With festival season upon us, the high-tech smartphones that we use year-round seem like a less appealing option. Huge screens and fancy apps are great when there is an abundance of power, but at a mud-addled festival the single most important feature is long battery life. If you're attending Body & Soul, Electric Picnic, Sea Sessions or any of the myriad festivals taking place this summer, then this post is for you. Below we will look at some of the options that are available to you to ensure that you will be able to stay in touch with your friends.