It’s that time again, brother. Time for me to ramble about the week that was in the land of smartphones and tablets.
In the absence of anything particularly interesting happening, I’m going to try something new; something that might end up being completely sh*t. I’m going to list this week’s stories in chronological order. Oh you heard me.
I’m already cursing myself, because it means I’ll have a ludicrous amount of linkage to set up, but let’s do this thing…
EDIT: yeah, that was stupidly time-consuming, but I actually think it looks kinda nice. I almost want to insert the number of comments after each link in a wee bracket. Almost.
- BlackBerry services coming to giffgaff
- Camera update on the cards for Nokia N9 and Lumia 800
- Verzo Kinzo hits the US, press release is fantastic
- Nokia: now the game changes
- Apple was part of Flash problem: Adobe
- Samsung Galaxy Nexus coming to O2 this week
- O2 brings 4G that little bit closer to reality
- HTC lining up quad-core tablet for MWC 2012 reveal?
- Nano SIM is really small
- Lenovo to release quad-core tablet this year
- Orange accidentally leaks San Francisco II
- Ice Cream Sandwich source code landing November 17, says Notion Ink CEO
- BlackBerry Curve 9380 and Bold 9790 launched, BBM Music now live
- Google Music screenshots spotted?
- BlackBerry London spotted in the wild
- LG to supply Apple with 7.35in iPad mini and 4in iPhone 5 screens
- Quad-core HTC Zeta leaked, even nippier than HTC Edge
- Android soars ahead, bad news for everyone else (‘cept Bada)
- 2011(AD) Xperia smartphones getting Ice Cream Sandwich
- Analyst guy: iPad needs a price cut to maintain demand
- Nokia back in the MWC big time in 2012
- Asus Transformer Prime: the best tablet camera ever?
- Nokia Windows 8 tablet tipped for June 2012 launch
- iPad 2 price cut coming soon, claims analyst
- Gmail app returns to iOS
- Duke Nukem 3D arrives on BlackBerry PlayBook
- Vodafone’s Smart Tab 10 pops up in Ireland
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 returns to Germany
- Steve Jobs wanted Apple to develop its own mobile network
- Google Music touches down, but remains mute in the UK
- Motorola RAZR lands in the UK
- iPhone not working? Quick, call the cops!