Iain, James and Mark look at the week's mobile industry news, from texting lifeguards to Windows Phone 7. In addition, James talks to Eran Yaniv from Perfecto Mobile about testing mobile software, services and websites without owning a single handset.
Mark Loughran, general manager of Nokia UK and Ireland, is leaving the company on 1st October. He'll be replaced by Sami Lehtinen, Nokia's current head of retail.
Clear Mobitel has been granted a license by Ofcom to operate '4G' Long Term Evolution technology in Jersey. It allows Clear Mobitel to use the 2600MHz band for providing high-speed mobile broadband services.
Telecoms research company IDATE says the world market for femtocells is ready for take-off. The compound annual growth rate for femtocell sales between 2010 and 2014 is expected to be 159%. This means 23 million femtocells will be shipped worldwide in 2014, making the total market worth 931 million Euro (around £786 million).
We're sad to report that Martin King, founder of Tegic Communications and co-inventor of the T9 ('text on nine keys') predictive text system, has died. He was diagnosed with multiple myeloma five years ago.