Podcast - 9th February 2014
The Smart UK project is an annual government-supported competition looking for the UK's Most Innovative Mobile Company.
A few days ago, all 20 companies on the competition shortlist gave a short presentation to the Smart UK panel of judges. Afterwards, Mark Bridge spoke to some of the entrants to discover exactly what they had to offer - and how they planned to disrupt the mobile industry.
Podcast - 8th January 2014
Iain Graham, James Rosewell and Mark Bridge return with their first mobile industry podcast of 2014.
This week they're looking at new Samsung, Sony and ZTE products from CES, they're talking about Android embedded in cars, they're catching up with the latest news from BlackBerry, they're discussing cheque payments by smartphone, they're revealing complaint data from Ofcom and they're investigating quite a few other stories as well.
Podcast - 13th November 2013
The past few days have been a good time for launches. Twitter has floated on the stock exchange, Kazam has revealed its smartphone range and EE has created a tariff with a million gigabytes of mobile data.
On the other side of the coin, Acer's CEO is quitting, Vodafone UK has missed its 3G coverage target and hackers can take control of your handset's camera to ascertain PIN codes.
Podcast - 11th September 2013
This week's show is packed with new products, including two iPhones, three smartwatches, two Android smartphones and a couple of innovative lens-based camera accessories.
We also find time to talk about mobile security, virtual networks and being dishonest via text message.
Podcast - 17th July 2013
There's big news from big names this week as Nokia announces a new smartphone, Microsoft announces a new structure and Research In Motion announces a new name.
We also talk about O2 UK's backhaul deal, Apple's eBook court case, a complaint about advertising and plenty more as well.