The wearables trend has hit the kids market. Moochies has released mobile-watches aimed at children aged 3-12 years old for parents who don't trust their kids with a full-blown smartphone.
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Fresh on the heels of its Lumia 928 announcement, Nokia has just taken the wraps off the Lumia 925: an updated, metal-clad version of the Lumia 920 that packs some enticing new features beneath the hood.
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Windows/Mac/Linux/iPhone: TweetDeck, the Twitter client that helps cut through social noise, has unleashed a clever version of its popular multi-column app for iPhones, as well as made it easy to synchronise columns and work with multiple Twitter accounts.
Thanks to everyone who entered our BlackBerry competition and completed the survey to win a BlackBerry Bold. We’ve chucked all the completed surveys in a hat, jiggled it around a little and come up with the winner (just kidding TPL guys; we have a highly automated lottery system, as promised). So congratulations Tiani! Your smartphone is on its way.