This week's edition of The Fonecast is now online. As well as looking back at the week's industry headlines we also talk about mobile crime and security with Jack Wraith, who is chief executive for the Telecommunications UK Fraud Forum (TUFF) and chairman of the Mobile Industry Crime Action Forum (MICAF).
Jack Wraith, chief executive for the Telecommunications UK Fraud Forum and chairman of the Mobile Industry Crime Action Forum, talks to Iain Graham about mobile phone crime and security. In addition, James and Mark join Iain for their regular look at the week's mobile industry headlines.
Sony Ericsson and the WTA Tour have agreed a two-year extension to their existing tennis partnership, which means that Sony Ericsson will be the WTA Tour's lead global sponsor until the end of 2012. They've been working together for the last five years.
However, Sony Ericsson's new deal appears to be smaller than previous arrangements. The tour, currently known as the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour, will revert to its original name of simply 'WTA Tour' later this year. As well as this, Sony Ericsson will no longer name the Tour’s year-end championships from 2010.