EE's Tablet for Kids: Robin

The latest launch by EE is a tablet that's just for young children. Called 'Robin', this cute tab comes with a 4G connection for just £129.99 (with a Pay As You Go plan). This 7 inch tablet has a child-proof bumper that makes it rugged, perfect for your kids first tablet experience!

Coming up this week, this tablet contains over 40 games, ebooks and educational apps. It also features interactive streaming TV from Hopster TV with popular shows  Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom, Thomas & Friends™ and Postman Pat.


Coating Android With Security

The Blackberry Priv, the first Android phone launched by BlackBerry, is here with multiple layers of security such as a "DTEK" warning system, cryptography with "Hardware Root of Trust" as well as app scanning layers called Verified Boot and Secure Bootchain to make you really know, if you are the paranoid kind. Besides being really really secure, this phone has other appealing features too - a 5.4 inch display, with a keyboard that slides out, very sturdy and capable. Why is it on Android OS, you ask? Well, it's about getting access to a wider range of apps that Google has created, which means it'll be easier to do everything with one phone, rather than switching back and forth between your "work" and "home" phones!



Looks Like an iPhone...

The hottest topic in mobile circles this week is how closely the One A9 - the latest mobile from HTC - resembles the iPhone. This excellent story on The Next Web details it with lots of photos too. What do you think of this phone? Would you go for it?