The LG G3 is the most advanced smartphone of the year so far, boasting a gorgeous 5.5-inch display at a riveting 2560 x 1440 resolution, a laser focus camera and a long-lasting 3000mAh battery. In this article, we're going to take a look at the first batch of cases and other accessories announced for the G3.
If you’re looking to add more storage to your smartphone, a Micro SD card can be a great investment. In this article, we look at Micro SD cards: how do you compare them, what do speed ratings mean and how much storage do you really need?
Today we'll be looking at five of the best headphones for fitness. Whether they're sleek headphones for jogging, wireless Bluetooth headphones for gym or some warm headphones for outdoor activities, these selections from MobileFun.co.uk will help you enjoy your tunes to the max while you're exercising! Let's begin.
In this article, we'll be looking at precisely what you'd expect - five of the best accessories available for the Google Nexus 4, that'll allow you to keep your Nexus 4 in good condition and extend its functionality. Let's get right into it, shall we?
Over the last month, we’ve seen a battle of the tech titans for the future of mobile computing. Microsoft kicked things off at the end of October by launching Windows 8 and the Microsoft Surface tablet. This was closely followed by Apple’s Retina iPad (iPad 4) which ran their iOS 6 operating system. In response to it all, Google has recently stepped up their game by launching the new Nexus 10 tablet. It runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and was developed in conjunction with hardware manufacturer Samsung.
In this article, we're going to be looking at some of the best keyboards for Android. These helpful peripherals allow you to write long form content, like emails, letters, papers and articles, much more quickly than you'd find possible with just the on-screne touch controls. As well as having a speed advantage, these keyboards allow you to use the full width of the screen instead of having precious pixels squandered on a virtual keyboard. Let's have a look at five of the best.
Today we're going to be looking at one of those weird mobile technologies with a three letter acronym - MHL! The acronym means Mobile High-definition Link, and it's actually a fairly simple idea - sending power and audio/visual data down the same cable.
In our on-going series of articles about mobile phones and the clever technology behind them, we’ve been looking at various aspects of your mobile phone, how they’re produced and how they all work together to bring you today’s smart and seamless smartphone experience.