Articles by Alastair Stevenson
Following the launch of the Galaxy Ace 2 and Galaxy Mini 2 at Mobile World Congress (MWC), Samsung has announced another budget smartphone, the Galaxy Pocket.
In an exclusive interview with International Business Times UK, top security expert Mikko Hypponen of F-Secure talked about Anonymous, hacktivism and the challenges of cyber-security.
A report suggests that former search heavyweight Yahoo is preparing a significant restructuring that could see thousands of employees lose their jobs.
With Nokia's latest Lumia smartphone finally confirmed for release in Britain, the International Business Times UK takes you through the key features separating the Lumia 900 from the Lumia 800.
With 2012's MWC over, the IBTimes UK compares the Era, D Quad and One X handsets, seeing which quad-core, Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone will be the new champion of Android's anti-iPhone army.
Seeking to allure mid-range smartphone buyers with its flashy looks, the Motoluxe's pretty exterior hides some pretty standard tech.
Despite playing younger brother to the quad-core HTC One X, the S still has its charms, not least the fact that it will likely retail at considerably less than its flagship sibling
Swimming on the same big boy side of the pool as Huawei's Ascend D quad, the HTC One X is the company's flagship quad-core device, and from what we've seen of it during our opening hands-on, there's a lot to get excited about.
Looking to occupy the same affordable territory as Nokia's 610, Chinese tech giant ZTE has unveiled the Orbit, offering the same Windows Phone experience at a similar shoe-string budget.
Similar S and P siblings, the P is one of the first device's announced by the now Ericsson-free Sony; though in terms of spec the device isn't the best thing since sliced bread, it does have its charms.
We had a chance to play with Sony's Xperia U and though it doesn't pack Ice Cream Sandwich, a quad-core processor, or a ground breaking high-resolution 41-megapixel camera sensor, we still found plenty to like about the device.
Having had an opening play with the device the IBTimes UK offers its opening thoughts on Nokia's 808 PureView handset, examining whether its flashy new camera tech will let it break Symbian's curse.
The International Business Times UK got the chance to try out Chinese tech giant Huawei's Ascend D quad smartphone, below are our opening impressions.
Minus its LTE connectivity Nokia's flagship Lumia 900 Windows Phone has finally been confirmed in the UK, below are our opening impressions.
One of the two tablets unveiled by Samsung at 2012's MWC, the Galaxy Note 10.1, is the first commercial tablet that promises to actually work as a graphics tablet, below are our opening impressions.
Unveiled alongside Note 10.1 and coming in 7in and 10in versions, Galaxy Tab 2 targets mid-to-low end market.
International Business Times UK is one of first in queue at MWC 2012 to try out Nokia's Lumia 610.
Unveiling a new series of top-end, quad-core Ascend smartphones and its speculated 10-inch MediaPad at 2012's MWC, Huawei has confirmed it's gunning for a slice of Apple's high-end device market pie.
Having spurned 2012's Mobile World Congress (MWC), Samsung's highly anticipated Galaxy S3 smartphone will be released in July, according to South African network operators
ZTE has thrown down the gauntlet, stating that its MWC 2012 smartphone line-up will play a pivotal role in its plan to become one of the world's top three smartphone makes by 2015.