Some of the UK's largest technology and media companies are working together to see if unused TV spectrum could be used as an alternative to WiFi and mobile data.
The BBC, BSkyB, BT, Microsoft, Nokia and Samsung are among the companies that have formed the Cambridge TV White Spaces Consortium.
Back in February, LG announced its Optimus 3D smartphone - and more recently it's confirmed July for a UK launch.
Now HTC has said its 3D handset is also coming to the UK this summer.
Last week UK regulator Ofcom announced that mobile phone operators were now allowed to trade spectrum. Robin Kent, director of operations at Adax Europe, has published an open letter in response:
Following Ofcom's announcement to allow phone operators to trade spectrum in a move intended to increase mobile network capacity, it seems that the whole industry is solely focused on this to resolve the strain on the network.
HTC Corporation has officially opened its new European and UK headquarters in Slough today. The building will house senior management, the sales & marketing teams and the engineering teams for HTC EMEA and HTC UK.
The new HTC facility covers 6,500 square metres and was formerly the UK headquarters of O2.
David Ross, who helped Charles Dunstone co-found The Carphone Warehouse, has just sold 4.4 million of his shares.
That represented around 7% of his total shareholding, netting him in the region of £17 million and leaving him with over 58 million shares (just under 13% of the company).