The Small Cell Forum, the independent association that supports ‘small cell’ deployment to enhance mobile network coverage, has appointed Gordon Mansfield as its new Chairman.
It’s also announced a new Executive Board and has introduced a new role of full-time CEO, appointing Graham Wright to this position.
Money transfer company MoneyGram has announced an agreement that’ll see its services provided over Gemalto’s LinqUs Mobile Money solution.
It means customers will be able to send international money transfers from a mobile phone to one of MoneyGram’s 284,000 locations worldwide or, alternatively, to receive transfers directly to their mobile wallet.
Motorola Mobility has announced its first Android smartphone with a processor from Intel Corporation.
The Motorola RAZR i is equipped with a single-core Intel Atom chip delivering speeds of up to 2GHz. Its 4.3-inch display almost runs from edge to edge, protected by an aluminium frame and Corning Gorilla Glass. In addition, there’s a KEVLAR casing on the back and a splash-guard coating to defend the device against moisture.
More than two million customers have pre-ordered Apple’s forthcoming iPhone 5 within 24 hours of the device being offered for sale.
That’s over twice as many pre-orders as the iPhone 4S attracted.
Telefónica Digital has announced a global partnership with augmented reality platform Aurasma that’ll see AR technology becoming one of the media services offered to Telefonica’s advertising partners.
The agreement will start in the UK with O2 Media helping brands integrate augmented reality with their marketing campaigns alongside other technologies such as location-based marketing and mobile coupons.