Tech Mahindra profits up 67%
October 22, 2016
India-based telecoms software provider, Tech Mahindra, has reported its quarterly results, with profits up 67% on year.
The company, whose biggest customer is BT, reported net profit for the three months ending 30th September of 3.03 billion rupees on revenue of 11.65 billion
Firmware upgrade for Netgear DG834v3 routers
March 30, 2016
The AR7 chipset problem hit the headlines last year and Netgear has now issued a firmware update for its DG834 version 3 hardware that might improve effects for some people.
The firmware is version 4.01.37 and should only be used on version
3 Business, Package Deals
June 12, 2016
3 Business, is a new sector of the mobile operator, 3, and has launched a range of new deals for businesses.
Plans will start from £12.77 per month using a mix and match scheme to create your perfect plan with your desired voice minutes,
Actors paid to queue for iPhone
August 26, 2016
Advertisers know that consumers are more likely to want a product if it is a ‘must have’ accessory.
And if shoppers think the ‘must have’ is likely to sell out soon, then they are much more likely to buy now.
Indestructible mobile phone launched in Europe
December 8, 2015
Sonim Technologies, a US-based mobile company, has announced the European launch of the new Sonim XP1, an IP-54 certified, mil-spec approved, bluetooth and Push-to-talk-enabled GSM phone.
The Sonim XP1 is certified to withstand shock, water, wind, dust, dirt and extreme temperatures.
EU opens up new mobile airwaves
July 29, 2017
The EU telecoms ministers announced on Monday that they approved new legislation that will open 900MHz radio frequencies to 3G mobile internet services, as well as to GSM technologies that are used widely by mobile phone service providers.
The legislation replaces an
Ted Baker moves into mobiles
October 11, 2015
Fashion group Ted Baker has announced that it is going to launch a range of branded mobile phones.
The company is looking to diversify after sales dropped by 4.1 percent in the wholesale fashion industry.
Along with a kid’s clothing range at
Another Submarine Cable Cut
Fahim Farook January 31, 2016
With most of the major communications lines across the continents being via underwater cables, a submarine cable cut is a serious matter. Several cable cuts and natural disasters have affected the Asian region in the last couple of years. Another has just occurred
UN agrees global standard for home networking
December 16, 2016
United Nations agency the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has agreed upon G.hn as the global standard for digital home networking.
The G.hn standard aims to deliver a single unified technology for wired home networks.
Having an agreed standard means that
Vodafone takes control of Ghana Telecom
July 3, 2016
Vodafone has paid $900 million (£452 million) for a 70% stake in Ghana Telecom.
The move continues the UK-based network operator’s expansion into emerging markets.
Over the next five years Vodafone plans to invest $500m in the company to improve its