This week's mobile industry news headlines include m-payments, OS updates, SMS forecasts and BlackBerry meeting Bing. We also look back to 2009, when Iain spoke to former Olympic athlete Steve Backley about his mobile phone business.
Telecoms regulator Ofcom is asking consumers who've received an unexpectedly high mobile, landline or broadband bill to fill in a questionnaire.
It's gathering the information to help it understand more about the issue of 'bill shock'.
Microsoft has agreed to acquire online telecom company Skype for $8.5 billion.
The two companies hope to complete the deal by the end of the year, subject to regulatory clearance. Skype will become a new business division within Microsoft, led by current Skype CEO Tony Bates who'll become President of the Microsoft Skype Division.
Google has updated its Google Goggles visual search application with a feature that allows users to suggest their own results if the subject of a photo can't be identified.
The app, which searches the web to identify pictures taken using the phone's camera, can provide results for a variety of queries - from artwork to business cards.