Motorola Mobility has announced two new XOOM tablet devices for the UK and Ireland, following the launch of the original XOOM in February.
Both devices will be available at The Carphone Warehouse, Best Buy, Dixons, PC World and Currys from mid-November.
Vodafone is planning 12 new trials using femtocell technology to provide voice, text and mobile broadband coverage in ‘not spots’ across the UK.
It follows a trial in the Berkshire village of East Garston, where ‘open femto’ devices from Alcatel-Lucent have been installed in a handful of local properties. Further femtocells will soon be mounted on telegraph poles in partnership with BT Openreach.
Qualcomm, one of the leading producers of chipsets used in mobile phones, has announced results for the fourth quarter of its financial year.
Revenue was up 39% year-on-year to $4.12 billion, while net income was up 22% year-on-year to $1.06 billion.
Mobile accessory manufacturer Jawbone, probably best known for its noise-reducing Bluetooth headsets, has revealed more details about the UP wristband it announced in June.
Jawbone’s UP wristband works in conjunction with an iPhone application to track the wearer’s daily activity, sleep patterns and eating habits.