People often suggest Siri might be the holy grail of easy to use phones, but the history of voice recognition is littered with similar false-starts.
Kids are much more tech savvy than older people so why do those of us in the middle constantly lump the two of together?
Gus Desbarats, Chairman of design agency TheAlloy Nokia was a huge Nokia fan, but with his C3 that may have come to an end.
Announcing the finalist in the Vodafone accessibility awards
The most read blog post on the Senior market Mobile website.
The Doro 410 is an easy to use phone, but what’s the point of that if no-one knows about it? This is the problem redressed by Doro advertising it
Fujitsu has announced that cumulative unit sales of NTT DoCoMo’s Raku-Raku Phone series handsets reached 20 million units since September 2001
Carolyn Wilson at the University of Durham is running a PhD project on Social Marketing and is looking to recruit participants into her study.
Four lucky developers waltz off with a cheque for €50,000 each
How obvious are the things you think of as obvious?
Improvements in screen technology make phones better for everyone but they can be very slow to reach the market
Cordless phones with an emergency button, improved audio and which are easy to see are available.
Geeks love getting a shiny new phone, but can ordinary people find similar pleasure in opening the box?
Is Simply the best?
Sometimes less is, less. Making the Johns phone simple has come at a price
The RNIB and the London Android Group have joined forces to build the best phones for people with sight problems
The Emporia Click is taking on the States