The Financial Times reports that EE and Three have agreed an infrastructure-sharing deal for their 4G networks in the UK.
It’s expected to speed-up the rollout of 4G technology whilst also reducing costs.
Mark Bridge writes:
Patents were a very popular topic of conversation last week. Google sold its Motorola Mobility smartphone business to Lenovo but hung on to most of the patents. Does this mean the patents were the most valuable part of the business? Well, when you look at the difference between the original purchase price and the sale price, it seems a reasonable conclusion.
Inq Mobile, a Hutchison Whampoa subsidiary that launched in 2007 as a mobile phone manufacturer and produced one of the first so-called ‘Facebook phones’ before changing its focus to mobile software, has closed down.
Last year it produced a personalised magazine application called Material and a ‘social homescreen’ app called SO.HO.