Reports of an exclusive deal between Everything Everywhere and Nokia could see the launch of the UK’s first 4G LTE handset, the Nokia Lumia 920 4G, as early as November this year. Will consumers be interested in faster mobile internet speeds, at the cost of reduced battery life, higher prices and limited coverage?
Nokia’s latest line of Lumia smartphones and accessories look incredible, In a world where ecosystem is king, can Nokia help inspire consumers to invest in Windows Phone 8 amid huge competition from iOS, Android, and this year’s dark horse: Amazon?
European regulators have given Orange, T-Mobile, Vodafone and O2 the green light for their cross-network mobile payments initiative, with plans to roll out the service across the UK as fast as possible.
Apple have sent out invitations to it’s much anticipated iPhone 5 announcement next week, but with so many leaks and rumours making the headlines in recent weeks, do we already know all of the new iPhone’s secrets?
iPlayer Mobile downloads are now available for Apple’s iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch devices, with plans for Android updates in the near future. Now you can watch Doctor Who on the tube!
As Freesat joins forces with Netflix to offer on-demand, internet-streamed film and TV content, BSkyB’s dominance of the satellite TV market sees added pressure to innovate and compete against fast and flexible alternatives.
Google Maps for Android now offers voice-guided, turn-by-turn cycling navigation in 12 countries, turning your Android smartphone into a full-featured cycling sat-nav
Samsung’s shares have plummeted by more than £7.6 billion in the wake of their catastrophic court case loss against Apple last week, but the impact of sales injunctions could prove even more costly than the £660 million fine Samsung received.
Tumblr is the latest service to fall foul of Twitter’s recently updated ‘guidelines’, with support for ‘friend-finding’ via Twitter’s API being revoked as of today, but is Twitter cutting off its nose to spite its face?
Independent regulator Ofcom have controversially granted Everything Everywhere permission to roll out 4G mobile internet access to its customers starting 11 September, months ahead its competitors.
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