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European Commission approves 3G and 4G data use on flights

European Commission approves 3G and 4G data use on flights

By 15 November 2013

As soon as the European Aviation Safety Agency announced that there was no opposition to allowing flight passengers to use smartphones, eBook readers, tablets and the like during take-off and landing in European countries, another decision was made that... >>

EE 4G customers now get visual voicemail on iPhone 5

EE 4G customers now get visual voicemail on iPhone 5

By 28 January 2013

Network EE has announced that iPhone 5 owners who subscribe to a 4GEE plan can now access the visual voicemail feature on their devices. Visual voicemail provides a list of messages left for you to browse through, rather than have to listed through sequentially.... >>

Samsung to announce 8-inch Galaxy Note tablet at MWC

Samsung to announce 8-inch Galaxy Note tablet at MWC

By 17 January 2013

Samsung plans to expand its Galaxy Note line with an 8-inch Galaxy Note tablet, according to sources in the know.  SamMobile has leaked the specs for the 8-inch Samsung GT-N5100, which has reportedly been dubbed the Galaxy Note 8.0. The tablet will... >>

Ofcom to release new spectrum in preperation for 5G, as mobile data usage more than doubles

Ofcom to release new spectrum in preperation for 5G, as mobile data usage more than doubles

By 16 November 2012

Ofcom has published a report that shows UK citizens have more than doubled their consumption of mobile data. Brits now use more than 20 million Gigabytes of mobile data on smartphones and tablets every month, up from 9 million Gigabytes year-on-year.... >>

Everything Everywhere 'big switch-on' means better 3G for Orange and T-Mobile customers

Everything Everywhere 'big switch-on' means better 3G for Orange and T-Mobile customers

By 22 May 2012

Orange and T-Mobile customers are set to reap the rewards from the final phase of Everything Everywhere’s "big switch-on". Both networks will have a wider access to a 3G connection, be it on a smartphone, tablet or dongle, by alternating between each... >>

iPhone beats Android in Wi-Fi vs 3G/4G debate

iPhone beats Android in Wi-Fi vs 3G/4G debate

By 3 April 2012

A comScore report has found that iPhone owners are more likely to use Wi-Fi to connect to the internet than their Android smartphone-sporting chums. Analysing the markets in both the US and UK, the study states that of 71 per cent of iPhone users in the... >>

Samsung connectivity commitment hints at Android compact cameras

Samsung connectivity commitment hints at Android compact cameras

By 15 February 2012

Over in Vegas at CES last month, Samsung unveiled a raft of new connected compact cameras, including the WB150F, that boast Wi-Fi connectivity making it easy to email photos or share them on social networks such as Facebook and Picasa, or to post videos... >>

Everything Everywhere 3G sharing coming next week

Everything Everywhere 3G sharing coming next week

By 10 October 2011

Everything Everywhere has announced that the next stage of the "big switch-on" will be starting next week, this time bringing 3G sharing to 27 million Orange and T-Mobile customers. The initiative to combine mobile networks and allow Orange and T-Mobile... >>

BBC details crowd-sourced 3G mobile coverage for UK

BBC details crowd-sourced 3G mobile coverage for UK

By 24 August 2011

The BBC's 3G coverage report has just been published, with findings that reveal that 3G cover is still not up to the standards many operators would have us believe. Taking part in the crowd-sourced survey were 46,000 volunteers, who downloaded an app... >>

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 3G to go on sale early via Vodafone

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 3G to go on sale early via Vodafone

By 5 August 2011

Although the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 launched yesterday, it was only the Wi-Fi models that were available. The South Korean consumer electronics firm has always planned on its 3G model being available in the UK, officially, from 23 August. However, Pocket-lint... >>