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BlackBerry Q5 Pre-Orders Now Available For UK Networks

Previously we reported that the upcoming BlackBerry Q5 was available for pre-order in the UK SIM free. While having a device that isn’t subsidized by any network has its advantages, primarily being able to use it on various networks, the price is a bit on the high side. Those looking to get this model on

Dailymotion Purchase Finalized, Orange Now Owns It 100%

The Dailymotion purchase has been the talk of town back when 49 percent of it was bought by Orange back in April 2011 for $78 million. But now that Orange has finally purchased the remaining 51 percent for $80.6 million, it looks like Dailymotion is set to finally compete with the big guns. Not so

Everything Everywhere Launching New Network on Tuesday

Remember a while back when Everything Everywhere said it was going to launch a 4G LTE network in the United Kingdom? Well, we’re getting closer to that day. The company that owns Orange and T-Mobile UK is getting ready to launch a new brand at an event in London next Tuesday, September 11th. At this

Intel CEO Hints At Android Launch This Week?

Last week it was widely reported that the Lenovo K800 smartphone, one of the first Android phones with an Intel processor would be released next month (May 2012). But it’s possible now, that it could release internationally as early as this week. During Intel’s Q1 earnings call Intel CEO Paul Otellini hinted at an imminent

Sony Xperia Play Expected In UK In April

The Sony Xperia Play will be announced this weekend at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.  We reported yesterday that there has been a countdown assigned to the release announcement however we didn’t expect to hear about any carriers this early. Pocketlint has reported that Vodaphone, Orange and T-Mobile will all see the Sony Xperia

HTC Experiencing Evo Like Shortages in The UK

The HTC Desire HD is the must have HTC Android device across the pond. The Desire HD was recently released across three carriers in the UK, Orange, Tmobile and Vodaphone and all seem to be showing a shortage of supply.  The graphic above, courtesy of Eurodroid, shows that on all 3 carrier websites shows either