Kate Woodsome of voanews.com writes:
When Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone, died in 1922, the sound of his voice was lost to all but who knew him. Until now.
Podcast - 1st May 2013
This week's news report begins with quarterly figures from Samsung and Apple - and a discussion about what the future may hold for iOS.
We also talk about instant messaging versus SMS, the end of Best Buy's European joint venture with Carphone Warehouse, patent wars, white spaces and connected cars.
BT is building a new high-capacity transmission network as part of a ten-year deal to support O2’s forthcoming 4G mobile phone service in the UK.
The deal between BT Wholesale and Telefónica UK will give O2 the network capacity it needs for 4G.
Figures from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech show that Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform is gaining market share in the UK, although Android and Apple still dominate.
The first quarter of 2013 saw Windows-based devices accounting for 7% of smartphone sales in the first quarter of 2013, up from 2.9% a year ago.