Iain, James and Mark discuss the week's top mobile news headlines, covering the UK's first 4G trial, Google's mobile payments, Symbian's plans, Ofcom's broadband study and some customer satisfaction research.
LTE infrastructure provider Mavenir Systems is acquiring mobile messaging company Airwide Solutions.
Airwide's employees will join Mavenir and its products will be integrated into Mavenir's portfolio.
The International Agency for Research on Cancer, which is part of the World Health Organisation, has classified radiofrequency electromagnetic fields as possibly carcinogenic to humans.
It says the evidence that electromagnetic fields are linked to the glioma brain cancer is 'limited', meaning it is possible the two are linked but other factors can't be ruled out.
Next week's Apple Worldwide Developers Conference will see the announcement of iOS 5, the next version of the iPad and iPhone operating system, according to a company statement.
In addition, CEO Steve Jobs will be unveiling a new 'cloud' service called iCloud.
Nokia has lowered the outlook for its Devices & Services division, admitting that lower sales volumes and lower selling prices are likely to result in lower quarterly sales figures than previously expected.
It says this means it's "no longer appropriate" to provide target figures for 2011, noting that its high-level strategic objectives and targets are unchanged.