Podcast - 6th November 2013
It looks like BlackBerry is safe for the moment... but not with the takeover many had expected.
Meanwhile Google launches the Nexus 5, Nortel's patents are sent into battle, EE promises ever-faster 4G, the FAA allows electronic devices to be used throughout flights and we celebrate a record quarter for smartphone shipments.
London-based smartphone manufacturer Kazam, which launched in June this year, has announced its first devices.
There are five smartphones in the Kazam Trooper range and two Kazam Thunder handsets that are expected to be made available across Europe, although specific country availability hasn’t been confirmed yet.
Earlier this year EE introduced its double-speed 4G service to the Tech City area of London, offering mobile data speeds of up to 30Mbps.
It’s now bringing what it describes as the “world’s fastest mobile network” to the East London tech hub. LTE-Advanced technology is expected to deliver up to 300Mbps next year.