This week's podcast returns to the subject of iPhone tracking before moving on to BlackBerry news, Nokia's reorganisation and mobile payments. There's also a look back to 2008, when virtual network Blyk announced its first 100,000 UK customers.
Microsoft and Research In Motion have announced a partnership that'll see new BlackBerry devices using Bing as the default search and map application.
It means that Bing will be the search app and map app for the new BlackBerry Playbook.
ABI Research has forecast there'll be 16 million subscribers using LTE mobile devices by the end of 2011.
Commercial LTE services are currently available in twelve countries, covering both mature and emerging markets.
Mark Mitchinson, former vice president of mobile at Samsung UK & Ireland, has left The Carphone Warehouse after five months as group managing director of business, wholesale and distribution.
He’s now executive UK and Ireland vice president at Huawei, according to a report from Mobile News.
Vodafone is sponsoring hundreds of London taxis, putting 'universal' mobile phone chargers in them and also introducing m-payments.
The taxis will be wrapped in a Union Jack design, as will Heathrow Express trains. It's part of a 'London Calling' advertising campaign focussed on the network's performance in the city.