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ios_711 iOS 7.1.1 update supposedly fixes Touch ID bugs

No massive improvements just bug fixes

It seems that Apple has just released a new update to its mobile OS. The 7.1.1 version of iOS supposedly offers improvements to Touch ID fingerprint recognition; keyboard responsiveness bug fixes; and fixes an issue when using Bluetooth keyboards with VoiceOver enabled. Apparently, some iPhone 5s users have complained for a while that the smartphone’s fingerprint sensor tends to lose accuracy over time. Hopefully the latest release will make sure the iPhone doesn’t forget what your fingerprints look like. Continue reading

Snow+Rock, Runners Need & Cycle Surgery join Udozi

In time for the Spring shopping season

Stores will list all of their stock on Udozi so people can quickly and easily find lifestyle and outdoor gear in shops near them, available to buy today

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April 23rd 2014. Udozi has announced that Snow+Rock, Cycle Surgery and Runners Need are the latest high street retailers to come on board the local shopping platform’s ever growing database of reputable retailers. Hot off the heels of brands like Maplin and Evans Cycles, the latest additions to the Udozi portfolio have arrived in time to coincide with the official start of British Summer Time, helping outdoor fans find the perfect gear with which to enjoy the longer, lighter evenings. Continue reading

http://www.birminhammail.co.uk How to avoid bill shock when visiting South Africa

Try using a Goodspeed with a B4IGO SIM card
katie – source: Birmingham Mail
A while back a story hit the headlines here in the UK when a holidaymaker, Katie Bryan, managed to run up a bill of £2,609.31 whilst data roaming in South Africa. It had taken her 20 minutes to download 326 megabytes in the [...]

janrain_social Google’s single logon pays off in social logins share

Google continues to steal market share from Facebook

Google has increased its share of social logins according to a new report from Janrain. The company says this is likely the result of unifying all of services under a single Google login identity. Now that there’s a a single login for Gmail, Android, and the Play Store, this is helping Google+, YouTube and Drive. Curiously, Yahoo! has moved to stop consumers logging into its services using a Google (or Facebook) identity. Continue reading

- pemberton UK travel industry missing good app store optimisation

Yodel Mobile discovers typos & spelling mistakes in Apple apps

Research carried out by Yodel Mobile, has found that app discovery in the travel industry is stalling. This is due to simple things such as spelling mistakes (typos); omitting obvious keywords plus using only 30 per cent of available keyword capacity. These results come from Yodel’s analysis of the top UK travel brands and their efforts at discoverability within the Apple App Store. Continue reading

yodel-mobile Top UK travel brands missing app store optimisation opportunity

Yodel Mobile research finds app discovery in the travel industry stalling due to spelling mistakes and omitting obvious keywords and only 30 per cent of available keyword capacity being used

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April 22 2014. Integrated mobile marketing agency, Yodel Mobile, has released the results of its analysis of the top UK travel brands (according to ranking criteria) and their efforts at discoverability within the Apple App Store. In particular the use of keywords was analysed against three criteria: – capacity (how many of the permitted total keywords were used?); relevancy (how successful were each of the brands at connecting the app with relevant, travel-related keywords?); and typos (how many keywords were misspelt?). Continue reading

higher price than on ebay - dennis GoMo uncovers massive recycling price discrepancy

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We get 3x more for our BlackBerry than the lowest offer Whilst upgrading from a regular BlackBerry 7 handset to a more powerful BB10 based Q5 smartphone, GoMo News has accidentally discovered a massive discepancy in prices being paid by recycling companies in the UK. We achieved more than three times the amount offered by the lowest bidding recycling company – £31 as opposed to £9. It proved that consumers really need to shop around and that one recycling price comparison site – SellMyMobile is much better than the opposition. It is well worth pointing out that the BlackBerry handset we were seliing – a Curve 9320, is a popular model and therefore worth more than the scrap value of its components.
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wima-monaco_2014 Hurry or you will miss WIMA in Monaco

Principality doesn’t just host the best F1 race

Of course the principality of Monaco (in Europe) is regarded as hosting probably the best and most exciting race in the whole of the Formula One [F1] motor racing calendar. But it also happens to host Europe’s version of the WIMA event. This the the leading event for anyone connected with NFC [Near Field Communication] or other similar proximity technologies such as Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). The only trouble is that online registration for this event will close today [Monday 21 April] at 18.00 CET. Find more details about the show location here and register from only €25. Continue reading

mobango_logo Nokia X may break Google’s strangehold with Play

Nokia promotes its own Store plus 4 others

Whilst some others prefer to call it a ‘forked’ version of Android and GoMo News describes it as the Android Open Source Project [AOSP], however you describe the Nokia X’s OS – it doesn’t offer access to standard Google services. And the most important of these is, of course, Google Play which is the new name for the old ‘Android Market’. So where do Nokia X owners find their Android apps, then? Short answer is that Nokia has created its own Android app called ‘Store’ and that takes you to its entirely separate app store for AOSP based devices. Plus four other independent apps stores. Continue reading