Carphone Warehouse has published new research into the mobile web behaviour of 8 to 15 year olds in the UK.
The survey, which was compiled by YouGov, revealed that 2.8 million of these children - including almost a quarter of 8 to 12 year olds - had a smartphone.
T-Mobile UK has announced a new tariff that’ll let customers make unlimited calls, send unlimited texts, and use the mobile internet as much as they want without any ‘fair use’ restrictions.
The deal is called The Full Monty and will be available on all phones in the T-Mobile UK range from Wednesday 1st February 2012.
Mark Bridge writes:
If you want a big money story from the last few days, you want Apple. The company announced its highest quarterly revenue ever, hitting $46.33 billion (£29.66 billion) with record quarterly profits of $13.06 billion. That’s probably enough money to buy the moon, assuming Newt Gingrich is prepared to sell it – or, in the real world, is one of the biggest quarterly profits ever.
RealNetworks has agreed to sell around 190 patents and 170 patent applications to Intel Corporation for $120 million.
The deal also includes next-generation video codec software from RealNetworks and lets RealNetworks use the patents in current and future products.
Doro AB, the Swedish company known for its easy-to-use mobile phones, has announced its legal victory over a competitor.
Earlier this month a court in Germany upheld a preliminary ruling that stopped Emporia Deutschland from selling a Telme-branded clamshell mobile phone similar in appearance to Doro’s products.