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EE switches on UK's first 4G mobile broadband service

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Newly rebranded owner of Orange and T-Mobile says fourth-generation mobile broadband will be five times faster than 3GEE, the UK's largest mobile network and owner of the Orange and T-Mobile brands, has switched on the country's first 4G service and is promising to roll it out to 16 cities before...
EE switches on UK's first 4G mobile broadband service

Vodafone delays 4G superfast mobile internet launch until September

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Vodafone, which had been expected to launch a rival to EE by June, is waiting for Apple to launch a compatible iPhone 5Vodafone has delayed the launch of its 4G service until around September, a full 10 months after rival EE brought the first version of superfast mobile internet technology...
Vodafone delays 4G superfast mobile internet launch until September
LTE in the UK: a rollout delayed by regulation

The Pointless History of Stylus Advertising: The Worst E-Ink Spots From Samsung, HP, Apple

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When mobile brands and their agencies attempt to depict the stylus as an indispensable and, well, stylish tool for people on the go, the results have often been downright comical. Is it a failure of advertising or product? Yes....
The Pointless History of Stylus Advertising: The Worst E-Ink Spots From Samsung, HP, Apple

As Sprint turns to LTE, WiMAX becomes its prepaid 4G network

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Sprint doesn’t plan to dump WiMAX entirely after it takes its new LTE network live this summer. Instead, it plans to reposition the older 4G technology as the network for its prepaid customers. Sprint will begin selling WiMAX devices next quarter under the Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile brands, network...
As Sprint turns to LTE, WiMAX becomes its prepaid 4G network

Everything Everywhere partners with Go ON to encourage access to the mobile Internet

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UK telecoms company, Everything Everywhere, which encompasses Orange and T-Mobile brands, has become a founding partner of the cross-sector charity Go ON, which aims to make the UK the world’s most digitally capable nation. Go ON is an ambitious organisation, it aims to use its cross-sector partnerships to “make the...
Everything Everywhere partners with Go ON to encourage access to the mobile Internet

Sprint/Boost/Virgin announces Waterproof Kyocera, Galaxy S3 and new Wallet

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Sprint has made a few announcements today for new devices and services coming to its customers on its Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile USA prepaid brands. The company announced today that the Samsung Galaxy S III will be landing on both Boost and Virgin beginning in June. Both devices...
Sprint/Boost/Virgin announces Waterproof Kyocera, Galaxy S3 and new Wallet

Deutsche Telekom reportedly mulls selling its UK Everything Everywhere stake

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Following the collapse of its proposed deal to sell T-Mobile USA to AT&T, it seems Deutsche Telekom could sell off its UK interests. According to a report from Bloomberg Business Week, the company is considering the sale of its stake in UK firm Everything Everywhere, which it jointly owns with...
Deutsche Telekom reportedly mulls selling its UK Everything Everywhere stake

Smartphones help boost Everything Everywhere

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• 71% of contract customers own smartphones• Nearly 500,00 pre-pay customers defect in Q1 • ... but 151,000 contract customers sign up• 90% of new customers take broadband tooEverything Everywhere, the UK's largest mobile phone operator, has turned the rise in smartphone owners to its advantage by curbing the revenue...
Smartphones help boost Everything Everywhere

Microsoft snags Thom Gruhler from McCann to run Windows Phone’s marketing

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Love it or hate it, it’s undeniable that by sheer brute force, Microsoft has carved out a place for Windows Phone in the mobile market. Component of that accomplishment has been a massive advertising campaign, with sums that boggle the mind employed to rebuild Microsoft’s smartphone cred. Given the amount...
Microsoft snags Thom Gruhler from McCann to run Windows Phone’s marketing

Deutsche Telekom reportedly mulls selling its UK Everything Everywhere stake

thenextweb.com
Following the collapse of its proposed deal to sell T-Mobile USA to AT&T, it seems Deutsche Telekom could sell off its UK interests. According to a report from Bloomberg Business Week, the company is considering the sale of its stake in UK firm Everything Everywhere, which it jointly owns with...
Deutsche Telekom reportedly mulls selling its UK Everything Everywhere stake

Taiwan PC Makers Struggle in Smartphone Market

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Acer Inc. and Asustek Computer Inc. are once again staking a plot at this year’s Mobile World Congress telecom show with new devices, but the Taiwanese personal computer makers have yet to make money off their smartphone efforts. Both Taipei-based computer companies have been making a difficult entry into the...
Taiwan PC Makers Struggle in Smartphone Market
Orange and T-Mobile UK to launch LTE in 2012, pending regulatory approval

End Of An Analogue TV Era: U.K.'s Digital-Terrestrial TV Switchover Is Done -- Opening The Door For 4G Mobile Services

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After years of planning and step-by-step engineering, the U.K.’s switchover from analogue to digital-terrestrial TV broadcasts has finally been completed — marking the end of more than 70 years of analogue broadcasting in the U.K and opening the door for the launch of 4G mobile services in spectrum previously used by...
End Of An Analogue TV Era: U.K.'s Digital-Terrestrial TV Switchover Is Done -- Opening The Door For 4G Mobile Services
RIM's BB10 International Strategy Starts Coming Into Shape: Carriers EE, O2, Vodafone Sign Distribution Deals In The UK
Everything Everywhere brand will reportedly replace T-Mobile and Orange UK from October
VentureBeat Mobile Summit: Top 180 mobile players tackle huge elephant in the room

Everything Everywhere Authorized to Offer UK's First LTE Service Ahead of Next iPhone

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As noted by The Next Web, UK communications regulator Ofcom today announced that it has awarded permission to carrier Everything Everywhere to begin using its existing 1800 MHz spectrum to offer LTE and WiMAX services beginning on September 11.In a statement on its website, Ofcom announced that it had approved...
Everything Everywhere Authorized to Offer UK's First LTE Service Ahead of Next iPhone

Apple seen at 6% of the Chinese smartphone market but rising

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From Chinese Search Engine Baidu: In the first quarter of 2012, Nokia, counterfeit (shanzhai) mobile phones and Samsung remain in the top three mobile Internet slots, with market shares of 22 percent, 16.1 percent and 10.4 percent respectively. Nokia’s mobile market share continues to drop, with 5.8 decrease month-by-month and...
Apple seen at 6% of the Chinese smartphone market but rising

Chaotic Moon teams with Zynga Austin GM Andrew Busey to launch 'Elements' iOS app under a new label

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Chaotic Moon Studios, a mobile application company, has teamed with former Zynga Vice President Andrew Busey, to launch a brand new collectable card game called “Elements: Broken Lands“. This partnership is not a temporary situation — it’s actually something more permanent, as the two parties have agreed to create a...
Chaotic Moon teams with Zynga Austin GM Andrew Busey to launch 'Elements' iOS app under a new label

Faster 4G phones will slowly change our lives

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A network that allows mobile access to the internet as fast as a desktop PC's will be live in weeks - if a little underusedMobile phones used to be just for calling your friends, but with a super-fast mobile network set to launch in the UK, opening web pages in...
Faster 4G phones will slowly change our lives
Lumia 920 will be among UK's first LTE phones, exclusive to EE
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