I was last asked to work up a few technology predictions in 2009 and looking back I was bang on the money with the Apple iPad. Even down to the size and material finish. My prediction on the rise of mobile-enabled shopping or mass consumer geotagging wasn’t so accurate then, but maybe I was just ahead of my time.
The outcome of the 4G auction is a really good one. From an SME perspective I am most interested in what BT will do with its spectrum and the extent to which its actions will stimulate growth and enable businesses to run more effectively.
Three UK has announced plans to offer 4G LTE access to its customers without increasing the price of its tariffs. Will other UK carriers follow suit?
EE’s 4G LTE rollout will continue at full speed in the first quarter of 2013, as the wireless carrier details plans to expand coverage to 17 additional cities across the UK.
Whether it’s global tech businesses getting grilled by the Public Accounts Committee, the launch of 4G networks or the adverts vying for pre-Christmas attention, digital technologies such as computers, mobile phones and the internet have been in the public eye quite a lot recently.
Peter Gradwell, founder and owner of internet telephony provider Gradwell, explains what 4G can do for you – and asks if it’s worth waiting before joining in
Google are taking the fight to Apple with a brand new line of Nexus devices, complete with powerful hardware, full-featured software and prices that will make you think twice about buying an iPad.
Google have unveiled the LG Nexus 4, their new flagship Android smartphone. Complete with wireless charging, NFC, Android 4.2 and an incredibly affordable price you simply cannot ignore.
EE’s 4G LTE pricing has been announced ahead of its October 30th launch date. Various price plans for smartphone and mobile broadband customers are available, but with big prices and small data allowances, is it too early to jump on the 4G bandwagon?
The successor to Samsung’s popular Galaxy Note tablet/smartphone hybrid, will be making its way into UK stores as of next Monday (October 1st).
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