This week's podcast includes big news from Nokia along with the rest of the week's industry headlines. There's also an interview with Jamie Driver from MedHand about putting medical information on mobile phones.
Voice over IP service JAJAH – bought by Telefonica last year – has released a mobile application that lets Facebook users call their friends directly with a single click.
The 2.4GHz frequency used by cordless phones in the USA can cause heart irregularities, according to research published in the European Journal of Oncology.
The study, entitled 'Provocation Study using Heart Rate Variability Shows Radiation from 2.4 GHz Cordless Phone Affects Autonomic Nervous System', was led by Professor Magda Havas of the Environmental & Resources Studies Department at Canada's Trent University.
Garmin and ASUSTeK Computer say they won't be introducing any more co-branded mobile phones. Instead, ASUS will design and manufacture new ASUS-branded mobile phones, some of which will include preloaded Garmin navigation applications, while Garmin plans to offer mobile navigation applications through application stores.
Globalcell, an MVNO that targeted Eastern Europeans living in the UK, is reported to have ceased trading.
The company launched on the Orange network two years ago.