Iain Graham and Mark Bridge discuss the recent report from the International Agency for Research on Cancer. The IARC has classified radiofrequency electromagnetic fields - 'mobile phone radiation' - as being possibly carcinogenic, so Iain and Mark find out what this means.
David Dyson, currently Chief Operating Officer at Three UK, will take over as the company's CEO from 1st July 2011.
Current CEO Kevin Russell, who's been in the role for four and a half years, plans to return to Australia.
UK regulator Ofcom has been talking about the proximity of the 800MHz 4G spectrum to the frequencies used for digital terrestrial television.
It's concerned to ensure mobile services can be used effectively without restricting digital TV broadcasting.
Acer says it's giving its channels a $150 millionsales allowance - resulting in an operating loss of the same amount - having found "high channel inventory and disputed accounts receivable" in its Europe, Middle East and Africa operations.
The company is also cutting around 300 employees from its EMEA operation, which will cost around $30 million in compensation but will save around $30 million per year.
Microsoft has been showing off the next version of Windows at the Computex technology show in Taiwan. It's codenamed 'Windows 8' and will be designed for touch-centred devices, including tablets, as well as conventional PCs.
The new operating system will work on x86 and ARM-based processors.