Podcast - 19th March 2014
We begin this week's programme by looking at Vodafone's acquisition plans in Spain before moving on to discuss universal mobile chargers and 4G roaming.
There's also time to talk about UK mobile coverage, EE's new customer tracking service, contactless transactions and a smartphone camera that can identify objects hidden behind something else.
Apple has introduced a new lower-spec iPhone 5c with just 8MB of memory.
Previously the smartphone was only available in 16MB and 32MB versions.
LG and Motorola have announced the first two smart watches designed to use Google’s new Android Wear operating system.
Both products are expected to go on sale in the summer, although no UK plans have been confirmed.
Google has announced a new project designed to bring Android to wearable devices.
It’s called Android Wear and is designed to take advantage of Google’s Android-based speech control.
UK mobile network operator EE has launched a new retail service called ‘Connected Retail’ to help shops monitor their customers’ behaviour.
Although full details haven’t been announced, the new service is described as using mobile connectivity inside shops “to improve the customer experience and open new revenue streams”.