This week the team takes a look at mobile web browser security... and explains why your bank's recommended browser isn't as safe as you might expect. Plus, as usual, there's an in-depth look at the week's industry headlines.
The Nokia Point & Find service, which featured in last week's edition of The Fonecast, has been opened up to allow organisations and individual users to add their own content. The P&F Management Portal lets registered users create, manage and share their own custom online experiences with others. There's a charge for creating each experience (or 'world', as Nokia prefers); each 'world' can then be downloaded to a compatible Nokia device and will be activated when the device's camera is pointed at a relevant object.
The UK government’s final Digital Britain report has been published this afternoon. The changes to mobile networks' spectrum are generally as previously suggested, although full details haven't been revealed and won't be confirmed until later this year.
The Land Rover mobile phone we mentioned last year has debuted this week at a promotional event that involved explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes and a fair amount of mud. The 2-megapixel GPS-equipped Land Rover S1, which is produced by rugged handset manufacturer Sonim, is resistant to dust, dirt, shocks and drops.