Podcast - 10th January 2014
Mark Bridge talks to Florent Stroppa, General Manager Europe for mobile value-added service specialist OnMobile.
In today's programme Florent explains what 2014 holds for the mobile industry, what he thinks will happen in the slightly more-distant future - and what lessons we can learn from 2013.
Podcast - 18th December 2013
It's our last podcast of the year, which is the traditional time for us to predict what'll be happening in the mobile phone industry during the next 12 months... from forthcoming consumer technology to deals between network operators.
As well as making our 2014 predictions, we'll also be reviewing those we made last year and discovering how accurate our forecasts for 2013 really were.
Podcast - 11th December 2013
This week we're talking about a UK government deal to prevent bill shock, good news for some UK consumers visiting the USA, a court threat to HTC sales, new high-speed satellite broadband, mobile search, mobile shopping and much more.
Join Iain Graham, James Rosewell and Mark Bridge for an informed and entertaining look at all the major mobile industry news stories from the past seven days.
Last week a High Court judge - the Honourable Mr Justice Arnold - ordered an injunction against a number of HTC devices being sold in the UK.
However, an appeal by HTC has now resulted in the injunction being stayed until 12th December 2013.
Samsung has extended an existing patent licence agreement between itself and Nokia for five years, according to a statement from Nokia today.
The deal had been due to end on 31st December.