Two years ago, we reported the launch of ipadio.com - a company that let you broadcast online simply by making a phone call. In this report we catch up with ipadio CEO Mark Smith and talk about the company's growth, its success and its plans.
Apple has been granted a patent that covers the ‘unlocking’ of a smartphone screen by sliding a finger across the display or entering a pattern.
The original application was filed in June 2009.
Tomorrow (Friday 28th October) will see Sussex Police using mobile video service Bambuser for non-stop, live streaming of their activities all day.
The video broadcasts will start at 6am using mobile phones & laptops and will run for 24 hours.
Sony Corporation and Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson have agreed to make the Sony Ericsson mobile phone business a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sony. Sony is paying 1.05 billion Euro for Ericsson’s 50% share.
As well as helping Sony integrate smartphones into its product portfolio, it’ll also give Sony a handful of wireless technology patents.
The BlackBerry Bold 9900 and BlackBerry Curve 9360 smartphones have been announced as the first SIM-based NFC smartphones to be certified by MasterCard Worldwide as PayPass-approved devices.
It means that any bank issuing MasterCard PayPass credit or debit cards will be able to deploy MasterCard PayPass-enabled accounts to the SIM card of these smartphones.