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The Huawei Ascend G6 is one for 4G and camera fans looking for a budget option

Huawei still isn’t a huge name over here, but that hasn’t stopped the Chinese company from releasing some compelling handsets. One of the most recent such phones is the Huawei Ascend G6, a mid range handset with 4G built in and a surprisingly decent camera, but we’ll get to that. Starting with the screen, you

4G mid-range LG F70 smartphone announced

While all eyes are on the LG G3, or will be once it’s announced at any rate, LG is also giving the middle of the market some love with the LG F70. The F70 has fairly typical specs for a mid range phone, with a 1.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor and 1GB of RAM

The Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet is super-thin, super-fast and super-powerful

Sony is no stranger to the tablet game and last year’s Xperia Tablet Z was an impressive device, but the company has gone one better this year with the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet. At just 6.4mm thick and 439g it’s the thinnest, lightest 10 inch slate in the world and it looks good too, thanks

HTC One (M8) – Big, beautiful and packing a whole lot of power

HTC One (M8) an uplifting 4G phone The HTC One (M8) is now available and while it had some big shoes to fill it’s certainly managed it, by improving on the original HTC One in almost every conceivable way. It’s hard to imagine a more beautiful phone than last year’s HTC One, but the One

The Sony Xperia M2 packs 4G power into a super slim chassis

Sony Xperia M2 – joins the list of mid-range 4G phones One thing we’ve never felt the right to expect from mid range phones is good looks, so Sony’s announcement that the Xperia M2 is the slimmest 4G phone in its class is, in some ways, something to be happy about. On the other hand

4G is starting to become a viable alternative to fixed-line broadband

We tend to think of 4G as a convenient way to get high speed data on the move, but in fact it’s reaching the point where it’s become an attractive alternative to fixed-line broadband for home internet, at least for some people. It’s easy to see why. For one thing it can be cheaper than

EE to Partner Glastonbury Festival and provide dedicated 4G network and Festival Power Bars

Festival goers to benefit from EE’s 4G technology for an easier life… EE will be the official technology and communications partner to Glastonbury Festival 2014. This follows on from a successful partnership at last year’s Glastonbury Festival. Festival goers will see much more being offered by EE this year. There will be a dedicated 4G

Number of EE based 4G MVNO’s set to increase

Already 25 MVNO’s (mobile virtual network operators) have been connected to the EE 4G network, 19 of which are still active and that number is set to increase. EE’s MVNA (mobile virtual network aggregator) partner Transatel has big ambitions. It aims to create between 15 and 20 new MVNO partnerships across Europe this year alone,