UK regulator Ofcom has been talking about the proximity of the 800MHz 4G spectrum to the frequencies used for digital terrestrial television.
It's concerned to ensure mobile services can be used effectively without restricting digital TV broadcasting.
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...
OIPF (Open IPTV Forum) and bmcoforum (Broadcast Mobile Convergence Forum) are planning to join forces, with the activities of bmcoforum being merged into the OIPF.
The aim is to create a single, strong entity across the fixed and mobile broadband industries.
PC manufacturer Lenovo says it’s establishing a new business unit called the Mobile Internet and Digital Home Business Group.
The MIDH will be responsible for creating mobile internet-focused devices, including tablets and smartphones, as well as cloud computing, smart TV and digital home products.
Mark Bridge writes:
James's recent trip down memory lane reminded me of a moment in 1998 when a major mobile phone manufacturer promised phones that 'gave you wings'. No, not Red Bull. No, not Red Bull Racing partner LG. It was Motorola.