Everything Everywhere, which runs the Orange and T-Mobile UK networks, has released outline results for the first quarter of 2011. It says mobile service revenue was up 1.6% year-on-year, although overall turnover was down 1.7%. (Both figures exclude the effects of regulation).
Orange and T-Mobile now have 27.7 million customers between them.
Westminster Abbey will have mobile phone signal blockers installed for the Royal Wedding, according to a report on the Yahoo! Shine web site.
It says the decision has been approved by the police, with signal jammers switched on throughout the wedding.
Mobile payments company Square, which offers a plug-in card reader that enables iPhone and Android users to accept credit card payments, has received a "strategic investment" from Visa.
Square, currently only available in the USA, recently announced that it was processing more than a million dollars per day.
The Nielsen Company has revealed recent research about mobile applications in the USA.
Its survey of mobile app downloaders - people who've downloaded an app in the past 30 days - shows that 74% of these people either have an Android device or an Apple iPhone.
Canadian cloud-based calendar service Tungle has been acquired by Research In Motion.
The entire team will be joining RIM to work on the BlackBerry platform.