Sony has announced launch dates for its first two Sony tablet devices.
The Sony Tablet S, due for a European release later this month in its WiFi-only form, has a 9.4-inch screen. A WiFi & 3G version is due in November. Also due in November, the Sony Tablet P is a folding device with two 5.5-inch screens.
Ofcom has published a statement on its plans to introduce so-called ‘white space’ technology in the UK. White spaces are the unused parts of frequency bands that have been reserved for other uses, such as TV transmissions.
The regulator says they could be used for a wide range of applications including rural broadband and WiFi with up to twice the range of today’s technology.
AT&T’s planned acquisition of T-Mobile USA appears to be on the rocks after the US Department of Justice launched legal action to block the deal.
The DoJ says the takeover would adversely affect competition.
Samsung has launched a 1.4GHz dual-core smartphone with a 5.3-inch screen, described as the market’s largest HD Super AMOLED display.
As well as being touch-sensitive, the screen also works with a stylus called the ‘S Pen’. The Galaxy Note promises a 180-degree viewing angle and a one-step screen-capture function; an option that’s currently missing from standard Android phones.
Everything Everywhere has announced a new management team with ten executives reporting to new Chief Executive Officer Olaf Swantee.
Mr Swantee moved from being a non-executive board member to CEO on 1st September as Tom Alexander stepped down.