Everything Everywhere, the company that manages the Orange and T-Mobile UK networks, will turn six of its mobile phone stores into dual-branded shops before Christmas. Three T-Mobile shops will have Orange branding added, with three Orange shops being rebranded to include the T-Mobile name. Both brands will be given equal prominence on the external signage.
The number of UK motorists who admit to answering mobile phone calls and sending text messages while on the road has tripled in a year,according to the 2010 RAC Report on Motoring. The number of drivers taking calls on their mobile phone was up from 8% in 2009 to 28% this year, while text messaging usage was up from 11% to 31%.
Could this be the must-have gift for mobile phone users this Christmas?
Wireless technology company BeeWi has launched a Mini Cooper 'radio controlled' car that works using Bluetooth via an Android or Symbian smartphone. The Mini Cooper can be controlled from the phone's touchscreen or by tilting and moving a handset that has a built-in accelerometer.