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Podcast - 10th February 2010

Iain, James and Mark take their regular look at the latest mobile industry headlines. This week there's talk about Symbian, a possible delay to the Orange/T-Mobile merger, mobile phone components that rely on quantum physics... and plenty more.

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39-fold growth in mobile data predicted within 5 years

I.T. and networking company Cisco has predicted that annual mobile data traffic worldwide will reach 3.6 exabytes (3.6 billion gigabytes) per month by 2014. That's a 39-fold increase from last year, which represents a compound annual growth rate of 108%.

Cisco says this increase is being driven by the popularity of mobile-ready devices and by mobile video consumption. Mobile video is expected to represent two-thirds of all mobile data traffic by 2014, increasing 66-fold from 2009.

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Huawei to pre-install Opera 10 web browser on its mobiles

China-based mobile manufacturer Huawei has agreed to pre-install Opera Mobile 10 on a range of its mobile handsets. It'll be using the special operator/OEM version of Opera Mobile 10 that was released in December 2009.

Jiang Huabing, head of Huawei's handset R&D department, said "Customer expectations for mobile-phone capabilities are constantly growing. We needed a browser that's always ahead of those expectations, anticipating our customers' mobile Web needs and making it a reality. Opera is that browser".

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Samsung Monte promises social networking with style

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Telmap and GyPSii plan a social media mapping mash-up

Location-based mobile social network GyPSii and mobile mapping company Telmap have announced a partnership to jointly develop advanced location-based social networking for mobile networks.

As part of the deal, Telmap will use GyPSii's software to add social networking and user-generated content to its Telmap5 Mobile Location Companion. This includes integration with Facebook and Twitter, enabling users to share location-specific information – from videos and pictures to recommendations and geo-located blogs.

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