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HTC One X and HTC One S now available to pre-order from Phones 4u

Last month we told you about the new HTC One X and One S smartphones – now they are available to pre-order from Phones 4u in the UK.

Ford SYNC to Debut in Europe This Year on All-New B-MAX

The B-MAX will be the first vehicle in Europe to feature SYNC, Ford’s voice-activated in-car connectivity system, the company has revealed after unveiling the all-new car at the 2012 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

Samsung introduces the GALAXY S WiFi 4.2

Samsung introduces the GALAXY S WiFi 4.2, the best of Android experiences with powerful gaming on the go.

Ford Announce AppLink to go Global

Ford Motor Company has today announced AppLink, a feature which delivers voice control of smart phone apps from the driver’s seat, will be introduced globally as part of its voice-control and in-car connectivity system SYNC.

Samsung Announce the GALAXY Note 10.1

Today at Mobile World Congress, Samsung announced the launch of GALAXY Note 10.1, which expands the GALAXY Note experience in creativity, productivity, and learning.

Microsoft announces new markets and lower cost Windows Phones

Hot on heels of it’s Skype beta announcement, Microsoft have also announced that Windows Phones will be in new markets and that they have expanded hardware support.

HTC Unveil the new HTC One series of smartphones

HTC, a global designer of smartphones, today unveiled its new HTC One series of smartphones that represent its most premium mobile experience with a new level of iconic design and amazing camera and authentic sound experience.

ViewSonic annouce new 7″ and 10″ ViewPads at MWC 2012

ViewSonic today announced the launch of its next generation 7” and 10” ViewPads.

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