In this edition of our video news podcast we cover the rumoured Google Nexus tablet, the BlackBerry Passport, LG’s G3 mini and some clever contact lenses.
Boris Johnson wants to introduce 5G technology, the next generation of mobile internet, to London within the next 5 years.
Samsung has used a Galaxy S5 to shoot a stunning short movie that looks like it could have been recorded with a professional video camera.
Carphone Warehouse teamed up with Nokia to create an organic charger out of 800 potatoes and apples. See it here.
The Moto 360 will be the first smartwatch with an ambient light sensor, so the screen will automatically dim and brighten as the light around you changes.
The HTC One M8 in pink was officially announced today as an exclusive for Carphone Warehouse in the UK. Check it out here.
A new innovation could soon give phones 1 terabyte (TB) of RAM. That’s over 300 times more than the 3GB RAM found in the Sony Xperia Z2.
BlackBerry has confirmed that the Passport will come in white and its designers say it has a “porcelain-like” feel.
The first game for the LG G3 Quick Circle Case has been launched, adding another use to this smart protective cover.
Microsoft could soon have one operating system for phones, tablets, laptops and PCs according to the company’s CEO.
Motorola has launched a digital tattoo that packs a tiny, flexible NFC chip that’ll unlock your Motorola Moto X. See why you’d want one.
Nokia announced the Lumia 530 today, a new entry level Lumia smartphone that the company says is the most affordable Lumia yet.
O2 has cut the cost of using your phone in Europe, giving contract customers unlimited internet for just £1.99 a day.
A new update to Google Maps will let you control the app with your voice while in navigation, letting you have completely hands-free control.
Phones will soon be able to record super slow motion video thanks to a new processor that’ll let you record at 480 frames per second.
LG has unveiled the LG G3 s, its smaller version of the flagship LG G3. Find out all about this great mini phone.
BlackBerry has unveiled BlackBerry Assistant, a voice controlled personal assistant that’ll take on Apple’s Siri, Microsoft’s Cortana and Google Now.
Google has signed a deal with a medical company that should see the search giant’s smart contact lens concept get made reality.
Nokia Lumia phones will start getting Windows Phone 8.1 this week as the software starts being released globally.
The big-screened Sony Xperia T3 has launched exclusively at Carphone Warehouse. Find out all about it here.
In this edition of our video news podcast we cover the Samsung Galaxy S5 mini, Google’s new Android L, brand new smartwatches and in-app purchases issues.