Google moves even further into the telecoms space, O2 introduces 'eco ratings' and some of technology's biggest names go shopping. All this - plus the possibility of mobile phones made from nut shells - is discussed by Iain, James and Mark.
It's reported that the government in India has said it'll allow BlackBerry devices to continue using email and internet services for at least another 60 days. RIM has been working to avoid a ban that was due to come into effect from 31st August.
The Definition of Mobile event promises a distinctly different perspective for those interested in the future of mobile, summarising the key facts big business needs to grasp to execute a successful mobile strategy.
We'll be bringing you a summary of the key points during mid-September.
Intel says it plans to buy WLS, Infineon's Wireless Solutions business, for around $1.4 billion.
The deal is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2011.
A company called Interval Licensing LLC has filed a complaint for patent infringement against AOL, Apple, eBay, Facebook, Google, Netflix, Office Depot, OfficeMax, Staples, Yahoo! and YouTube. The name may not be familiar but Interval Licensing is owned and controlled by Paul Allen, who co-founded Microsoft with Bill Gates. It generated approximately 300 patents in less than a decade – and four of those patents are the basis for the legal action.