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.
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.
Just when you thought the hype surrounding Fenton had died down, the viral video has been ‘remade’ by 4GEE to promote its superfast streaming speeds. Much like the original video, the new and improved HD version sees the overexcited dog chasing deer around a park while his irate owner runs after him bellowing ‘Fenton! However, it is a much more cinematic take on the viral sensation, with sweeping shots of the deer racing around the park with the canine at their heels.
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.
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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