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Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Apple previews iOS6, Vodafone goes roaming and Xbox gets mobile

Podcast - 13th June 2012

In this week's mobile industry news podcast we're looking at Apple's new mobile operating system, Vodafone's money-saving European tariff and Microsoft's plans to expand the reach of its Xbox gaming console. There's also talk about network sharing, legal battles, mobile apps, mobile payments and mobile retailing.

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01:00 Google and Oracle legal battle reaches a conclusion
04:00 Apple previews its new iPhone operating system
06:30 Vodafone introduces new flat-rate European roaming deal
09:30 Single UK network infrastructure planned for Vodafone and O2
13:00 Sponsor’s message:
14:30 Microsoft uses Xbox to bring entertainment to mobile phones
16:15 A1 Comms is returning to high street retail
17:30 Google works with Quickoffice; HTC plays with PlayStation
20:45 PayPal launches in-store mobile payments in the UK
22:45 New app warns users when text messages are bad news

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