This week Iain Graham, Mark Bridge and James Rosewell take their usual look at the week's mobile industry headlines. Plus there's exclusive news of a new advertising-funded pan-European mobile network arriving in the UK. (Okay, we own up - the feature's an April Fool joke!)
These days, a new Motorola handset has the mobile industry holding its collective breath in nervous Dancing-on-Ice-like anticipation. Will this be the next Bolero… or will it fall flat on its face?
Reality TV metaphors aside, the new Motorola Evoke QA4 definitely shows promise. It’s a 2.8-inch touch-screen device with a slide-out keypad and customisable on-screen widgets.
Bango.com says the Nokia 3110c is the most popular mobile phone for browsing and buying services online, followed by the Samsung M800 and the Nokia 6300. It points out that the iPhone is 24th on the list. These figures, as you’d probably expect, are based on visitors to mobile websites measured by Bango Analytics and purchasers of content and services measured by Bango Payment.