Customers on Brighton & Hove buses can now use a mobile phone app instead of cash when they want to buy a ticket, although the option is currently only available on a few services and with certain ticket types.
Watford-based Corethree has provided the mobile ticketing platform.
BlackBerry has appointed two of the mobile industry’s best-known names to its board of directors.
They’re Dick Lynch, former Executive Vice President & Chief Technology Officer of Verizon Communications, and Bert Nordberg, the former CEO of Sony Ericsson.
EE has announced details of the next UK towns that’ll receive its 4G mobile phone service.
It’s adding 27 towns to its 4G network by June 2013, which will give it a total of more than 65 UK towns and cities in total.
Vodafone UK is telling customers with an Apple iPhone 4S not to upgrade to the new iOS version 6.1 because it’s reported to be causing problems with 3G connectivity.
In a forum post, the company said “Some customers may occasionally experience difficulty in connecting to the network to make or receive calls or texts or to connect to the Internet.”