Brit WeekINQ grasped the idea of app-led smartphones, but couldn't hold its own in hardware. Now it's back with apps that know what you want before you do.
INQ, the brand behind the now-retired Cloud Touch, has launched So.Ho as a new way of consuming social network updates.
INQ, the erstwhile mobile phone manufacturer, has decided to get into the content game by using social media-powered info.
ExclusiveINQ has told TechRadar that it's committed to releasing new handsets in the future, but the current Android patent wars have forced the company into a slight re-think.
In DepthWe spoke to recently departed CEO Frank Meehan to see why the move was made and how the company intended to market its phones with the coolest function now available for free to whoever wanted to download it.
ExclusiveHandset manufacturer INQ's CEO Frank Meehan has told TechRadar that he believes Nokia didn't have a choice when it came to jumping into bed with Microsoft.
Those rumours that there are branded 'Facebook phones' in development just refuse to go away, with new reports emerging that INQ Mobile is currently working on two such devices.