How clued up are you on CES 2015?

It was a week of exciting announcements at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas at the beginning of January. Take our quiz to find out how tech savvy you are on the latest gadgets and gizmos on display at CES. And if you want to make the most out of your smart tech, … more »

More Brits become digital and leave the analogue world behind

Latest figures from Ofcom’s Communications Review out this month reveal that the average cost of a mobile voice call minute (including monthly access fee) has decreased by 12.9% (1.2 pence) since 2008, whereas, the average cost of a fixed voice call minute (including line rental) has increased by 29.5% (2.3 pence) over the same period. This … more »

Five things you need to know about the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S

Samsung’s latest tablet is here and it’s called the Galaxy Tab S. It comes with the Android operating system, access to loads of apps and the option of 4G connectivity – but with so many tablets out there, what makes this one different? Let the O2 Gurus be your guide – here are the five … more »

Mobile World Congress - Day one recap

Taking up the space of 13 football pitches with 75,000 people on the first day, this year’s Mobile World Congress got off to a cracking start, with industry heavyweights Samsung and Sony quick to showcase their latest devices. Samsung unveiled their eagerly anticipated Galaxy S5, with built-in biometric security and the “world’s fastest” auto-focusing camera, … more »

Five steps to making mobility work

Are you missing a trick? Some organisations are only considering email and internet access in their mobility plans. But this is only the tip of the iceberg for work mobilisation. And the potential benefits are significant. Untapped opportunities We’re starting to see organisations getting smarter about bring-your-own (BYO) and taking steps to secure their devices … more »