Everything Everywhere has published its second quarter and first-half results for 2011.
The one-year-old company, which is responsible for Orange and T-Mobile in the UK, has seen turnover and mobile service revenue both drop slightly year-on-year, although mobile service revenue was up when the effects of regulation were excluded.
LG Electronics has published its quarterly results for the three-month period ending 30th June 2011.
After two consecutive quarters of losses, LG made a net profit of 108 billion Korean Won and an operating profit of KRW 158 billion (£91 million). Revenue for Q2 2011 was up 9.3% from the previous quarter to KRW 14.4 trillion.
In this week's podcast we’re talking about smartphone sales from Nokia and Apple, redundancies at RIM, the closure of Google Labs, gesture recognition technology, customer service research and the growth (or not) of mobile payments.
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This week we start with contrasting quarterly results from Apple and Nokia before talking about Google Labs, a new London taxi app, gesture recognition technology, mobile payments and some customer service research.
Allot Communications, a company that specialises in bandwidth management for fixed and mobile broadband service providers, has published its Allot MobileTrends Report for the first half of 2011.
It shows that mobile data bandwidth usage (based on data from its mobile operator customers) has grown by 77% during H1 2011.