Latest LG handset powered by AMD
September 10, 2016
LG’s lastest multimedia handset is powered using an AMD microprocessor.
Global chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) announced that the LG KC550 smartphone is powered using the AMD Imageon M180 media processor.
AMD processors are most commonly used in computing and graphics
T-Mobile and Starbucks settle Wi-Fi dispute
June 13, 2016
Last week T-Mobile USA filed a lawsuit against Starbucks for breach of contract.
Starbucks recently decided to switch the wi-fi provider in its US coffee shops from T-Mobile to AT&T.
To keep T-Mobile happy through the period of transition, the Seattle-based
Infineon unveils next gen ultra-low-cost chips
January 22, 2017
Mobile chip maker Infineon has developed its third generation of ultra-low-cost (ULC) handset chips, the X-Gold 110.
According to Infineon, the X-Gold 110 is the world’s highest integrated cost effective chip solution for GSM/GPRS ULC phones.
The chip lowers the system
NTT DoCoMo demos 250mbps Super 3G connection
March 28, 2016
Phone service provider, NTT DoCoMo of Japan, has successfully demonstrated download speeds of 250Mbps with ‘Super 3G’ cellular technology.
The trial, which builds on NTT DoCoMo’s demonstration of 100Mbps mobile downloads in November, last year, was carried out in an
BT reveals super-broadband test sites
October 13, 2016
BT has announced the locations where its new fibre optic network will first be installed next year.
Muswell Hill in North London and Whitchurch in South Glamorgan have been chosen for the pilot tests of BT’s next generation broadband network in summer 2017.
Virgin tops broadband speed leaderboard
October 8, 2016
Broadband speed tests have revealed that Virgin Media has become the new speed king, overtaking rival provider O2 for the first time.
Average September download speeds over Virgin’s service were 6.128Mbps, trumping O2 who came in second at 5.321Mbps.
Both O2 and
People think mobile multimedia is still too expensive
August 4, 2017
3ple-Media released the results from its annual survey last year, which showed the top multimedia issues that still plague mobile providers, who face subscriber perceptions of what multimedia player usage should cost and what content services actually do cost.