Alternatives to Whatsapp, Tablets for Children, TV on Demand Until The Future of The MVNO. Galaxy Engadget Mobile

Every day makes colder, that invites us to stay in our homes watching the end of the Formula 1 season. But surely more than one waiting is done long but appetizer here has our summary of the best of the week.

This time these last seven days they have not had a clear protagonist as he was last week Google and let’s try from alternatives to Whatsapp, tablets for children up to a reflection on the future of the MVNO. Without further ADO he starts Galaxy Engadget Mobile.

  • Instant Messaging has buried the SMS but within it an application reigns over all, Whatsapp. But since Annex M they bring us to what could be an interesting alternative, the Japanese Line.
  • Time to break your head thinking of gifts and Christmas approach. One of the most requested could be tablets and therefore our older brothers of Engadget they bring us a selection of tablets designed for children.
  • Let’s keep talking but in a quite different tablets. From Technology of your your they bring us their analysis of the new vessel Samsung logo on the world of the Tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
  • The cold that has come to stay for a few months, but not all are negative consequences. Since the Engadget photo Club bring us a photo contest on the cold, with which you can win one of three tablets Intuos5 M touch of Wacom that at stake.
  • Time ago that the only way to access pay channels from Spain was the satellite but luckily not so now. In Engadget On They offer us a complete comparative rates of broadband fixed with television à la carte.
  • Much has been said on the set price that the Nexus 4 has been released. One of the reasons for your good price was to dispense with LTE connectivity but in Engadget Android They tell us that the chip is there and that it can be activated by a simple code.
  • To close the week touch those small actors talk about mobile phones that are increasingly larger, virtual mobile operators. In ADSLZone raises a reasonable question how many of them will survive in the medium term in Spain?

So far, our weekly summary in Galaxy Engadget Mobile. We remind you that you can send tracks, links or contact us via the contact form.