The UK Advertising Standards Authority has upheld a complaint about recent advertisements for discounted Barnes & Noble Nook eBook readers.
In April Barnes & Noble cut the price of the basic Nook reader from £79 to £29, advertising the product’s availability at Argos, Asda, Blackwell’s, Currys, Foyles, John Lewis, PC World, Sainsbury’s and Very.
Podcast - 21st August 2013
There's good news for Telefonica as it's chosen to support the UK's smart meter rollout - but bad news for fans of the Microsoft Tag barcode, which is being discontinued in a couple of years' time.
We're also talking about drivers who use mobile phones illegally, Amazon's new service for mobile developers, the forthcoming Kazam smartphone, mobile advertising, satellite broadband, wearable security accessories and a word that's completely unacceptable to Motorola.
EE has released a new survey that it’s called the 4GEE Mobile Living Index.
The results, which combine usage statistics with customer feedback, show how EE’s 4G mobile network appears to be changing the way people use their phones.
Google, which acquired Israeli navigation application Waze earlier this year, has started adding data from Waze users to its mobile Maps application.
Accidents, road works and road closures reported by Waze users in the UK will now appear on the Google Maps app for Android and iOS.
Motorola’s recently-announced Moto X smartphone has an innovative new NFC-powered accessory.
The Motorola Skip is a small clip that provides the security of a PIN without the user needing to remember a code. It can automatically unlock the phone when the two devices are touched together.