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Going to Glastonbury and want free Wi-Fi? Just plonk yourself next to a cow

Going to Glastonbury and want free Wi-Fi? Just plonk yourself next to a cow

By 25 June 2014

After unleashing its Wi-Fi tractor at the event last year, EE has gone one better for Glastonbury 2014 and is providing free 4G Wi-Fi to festival goers by converting cows into mobile internet hotspots. That doesn't mean it's strapping devices to Worthy... >>

A week in reviews: 16 - 20 June

A week in reviews: 16 - 20 June

By 21 June 2014

This week we've been having some fun with the Pocket-lint Tech Tavern as part of London Technology Week where we've seen everything from smart Adidas footballs to curved Samsung tellies, through to Google Glass and a few hundred pints of Meantime beer.... >>

EE voice over data trials could spell the end for Skype and Viber

EE voice over data trials could spell the end for Skype and Viber

By 20 June 2014

EE has announced live trials of phone calls over Wi-Fi and 4G which could lead to improved audio quality and eliminate dropped signals. The network is investing £275 million in voice calling technology, which could eventually lead to calls being made... >>

EE Kestrel review
4.5 out of 5

EE Kestrel review

By 18 June 2014

As much as we love premium smartphones, we're less keen on their inevitable price tags and resulting empty wallet situation. But right now there's a battle going on among the sub-£150 smartphone market - and it's really hotting up. The EE Kestrel enters... >>

EE may stop selling in Carphone Warehouse and Phones 4u

EE may stop selling in Carphone Warehouse and Phones 4u

By 9 June 2014

EE is reportedly in discussions to pull its handsets from Carphone Warehouse and Phones 4u. Carphone Warehouse prides itself on its ability to offer customers a comparison on networks all in one place. It currently offers EE, Vodafone and O2 so if EE... >>

EE announces trio of own-brand 4G hotspot devices, including in-car: Buzzard, Osprey and Kite

EE announces trio of own-brand 4G hotspot devices, including in-car: Buzzard, Osprey and Kite

By 21 May 2014

Along with its first own-branded 4G tablet, EE used a London launch event to announce three new 4G hotspots for different markets, including its first ever device for in-car. The EE Buzzard is made by Huawei and consists of a mobile receiver and Wi-Fi... >>

EE unveils own 8-inch 4G tablet to add to its flock, EE Eagle set to fly on 28 May

EE unveils own 8-inch 4G tablet to add to its flock, EE Eagle set to fly on 28 May

By 21 May 2014

EE has announced its own 4G tablet which will be available both on pay as you go and pay monthly plans. The EE Eagle is an 8-inch device made by Huawei that runs on a quad-core processor and features 16GB of on board storage, which is expandable through... >>

EE Eagle 8-inch 4G Android tablet pictures and hands-on

EE Eagle 8-inch 4G Android tablet pictures and hands-on

By 21 May 2014

EE has unveiled an own-branded tablet device called the Eagle, which it describes as similar to the iPad mini in specification terms, even claiming that it is better than the iPad mini in some. It is an 8-inch device (screen resolution yet to be confirmed,... >>

What is 5G, when is it coming and why do we need it?

What is 5G, when is it coming and why do we need it?

By 16 May 2014

We’re still in the middle of the 4G revolution in that the superfast mobile data service is still in its infancy in both coverage and speed capabilities. With current technologies capable of offering internet speeds of up to 150Mbps in areas offering... >>

Tap to pay by mobile NFC and get a tenner back – is it finally worth ditching the wallet?

Tap to pay by mobile NFC and get a tenner back – is it finally worth ditching the wallet?

By 16 May 2014

Paying by mobile is the future, but one that's coming rather slowly. Now EE is offering an incentive that may draw more users in by giving them money for adoption of tap to pay. EE customers can use the EE Tap Wallet app on certain phones with NFC to... >>