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  1. Blackberry Q10 (with QWERTY Keyboard) - Our Review

    Blackberry fans rejoice!  The new Blackberry Q10 will be hitting Chitter Chatter stores soon. The Z10, the first Blackberry handset to run on the new BB10 operating system, has been out for some time but we know many of you have been holding out for the Q10 because you're rather partial to that 'physical'  QWERTY keyboard so synonymous with Blackberry...
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  2. Blackberry Q10 - Review and Release Date

    We've been seeing brisk demand for Blackberry's new totally touchscreen phone, the Z10, but we know some of you will be hanging on until the hybrid touchscreen/QWERTY keyboard version - the Q10 - is available. Well, you'll be pleased to learn that you're not going to have to wait too long - the Q10 will be available in April. We'll...
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  3. This Week's Chitter Chatter - the new Blackberry, more cities to receive EE 4G and a new handset from Samsung

    Yet more leaks from Blackberry on their new BB10 handsets, this time with images of the front of the phones appearing on various websites and a video showing more details of the smart phone’s operating system. Just 6 weeks from the official launch date of 30th January, we continue to be teased with some comparing its looks (from the front...
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  4. This Week's Chitter Chatter - the iPhone 5S, Samsung Galaxy SIV and Blackberry 10

    We’ve heard a few rumours that Apple will be embracing colour when they are expected to release the iPhone 5S in the summer of 2013 with similar shades available to the current colour choices for the iPod touch. Other enhancements likely to be featured include NFC technology (near field communication) which can be used for contact-less payments and a better...
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  5. This Week’s Chitter Chatter – the new iTunes, the new Blackberrys, new iPhone accessories from Will.i.am and new data limits from EE

    The new iTunes 11 software is now available and has possibly seen its biggest overhaul to date. With a contemporary and stylish new look, the playlist creation on iTunes v11 has been made much simpler so you no longer have to go in and out of your playlist to find the tracks you want to add. There’s also a MiniPlayer...
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  6. What to Expect from the New Blackberrys

    Following on from last week’s Chitter Chatter news roundup, we have some more exciting updates to share on the new Blackberry 10s which will be officially launched on the 30th January 2013. With plans to hold several launch events at various locations around the globe, Blackberry will be unveiling 2 new Blackberry 10 smartphones  - one with a traditional keyboard...
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  7. This Week's Chitter Chatter - the new Blackberry, the iPad Mini 2 (already!?) & Angry Birds does Star Wars

    Despite the well documented problems with Apple Maps, there’s speculation in the technology industry that Google Maps may not be approved or made available by Apple for its iPhone users. There is little love lost between the 2 tech giants and although Google developers have been apparently working very hard on a Google Maps for Apple app, many insiders are...
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  8. This Week's Chitter Chatter - A Tablet from Google for less than £100, the Long Lasting Smartphone Battery and Changes to Facebook Timeline

    Competition in the tablet market is still a hot topic with reports that Google is planning on launching a cheaper Nexus tablet with a retail price of less than £100. Rumour has it that the low cost tablet will feature a single-core processor and could be on sale in the next few months at a cheaper price than its peers...
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  9. This Week’s Chitter Chatter – new Nexus devices, news on the iPad Mini, the new Blackberry 10 & UK launch of the Kindle Fire HD

    Hot off the press is the launch of a new tablet from Google - the Nexus 10 tablet – produced in association with Samsung. It has a 10-inch screen with a whopping 2,560 x 1,600 pixel resolution. Its 300ppi will be ideal for high-definition films, TV and games. In addition, the screen is 16:9, so movies and films will fill...
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