Network management software company Arieso has published a report that compares data use across smartphones and other mobile-enabled devices.
The Newbury-based business says so-called ‘extreme’ users are becoming even more extreme than a year ago, with 1% of mobile subscribers now consuming half of all downloaded data.
An agreement between Westminster City Council, the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea and O2 is going to result in the largest free WiFi zone in Europe.
Free WiFi will be available to millions of residents and visitors using laptops, tablets and phones in the Westminster, Kensington and Chelsea areas of London.
For the first time, more than 50% of handsets shipped worldwide in the next 12 months will be 3G or 4G mobile phones.
That’s the prediction in a new report from ABI Research.
HTC Corporation has announced its unaudited consolidated results for the fourth quarter of 2011.
Quarterly revenue reached NT$101,419 million (£2.165 billion), down 2.49% year-on-year.
In today’s podcast feature we’re taking a look back at the mobile industry’s biggest news stories of 2011.
As well as revisiting Apple’s emotional year, we discuss the Nokia & Microsoft partnership, Android’s growth, Samsung’s sales, RIM’s disappointments and LG’s 3D products… along with the Amazon Kindle, mobile payments and patent disputes.