Bluestreak Technology, a Canadian company that provides technology for delivering multimedia to various consumer devices, has listed the top 5 most important technology trends it expects to hear about at Mobile World Congress 2011.
2010 was a year of tremendous change in the technology industry...
Mobile phone recycling has become increasingly mainstream, with many millions of people in the UK handing in their old mobile phones and electrical gadgets for cash. It's a growth industry that's seen more and more companies and websites offering cash bonuses to customers selling mobile phones.
Mobile internet company Tellabs has published a survey that indicates profitability could become ‘extremely challenging’ for some mobile operators within three years.
It says costs will surpass revenues for many operators if they don’t rethink the design and capabilities of their networks.
A day after announcing that its new chairman will be Gerard Kleisterlee, Vodafone has revealed figures for the final quarter of 2010.
Overall group revenue was up 3% year-on-year to almost £11.9 billion, although European revenues fell slightly.
O2 is planning to launch a UK contactless mobile payment service in the second half of this year.
It’s applying for its own e-money licence, enabling it to hold funds on behalf of users without needing a partnership with a bank or card provider.