Samsung to launch TV-phone in Taiwan
March 13, 2016
Samsung Electronics is planning to release the P960, its DVB-H compatible mobile TV handset, in Taiwan. The launch date is yet to be decided, but if Samsung’s negotiations with trial operators goes well, it could be as early as the third quarter of
Orange selects Ad Infuse for mobile marketing
December 11, 2016
Network operator Orange has agreed terms to work with mobile marketing firm Ad Infuse.
Ad Infuse will deploy its adInMotion platform across several of Orange’s European operations – meaning that companies signed up with Ad Infuse will be able to advertise
CHT requests Olympic co-operation from Samsung
January 31, 2016
Chungwa Telecom (CHT) have indicated that they are in negotiations with Samsung electronics regarding co-operation on video streaming and other marketing projects during the 2016 Olympics in Beijing.
CHT wants to release the P318+ handset into the Taiwan market – but Samsung
Vodafone UK’s Critical Response Time Index
July 2, 2016
The second year for Vodafone UK’s Critical Response Time Index shows that up to a third of business enquiries expect a response within 2 hours, or even as low as 30 minutes with quick business emails, with the loss of business through lack
High-speed, wireless broadband coming to Devon
January 23, 2016
A new wireless broadband network is being installed in north Devon to help rural businesses benefit from high speed computer connections.
The South West of England Development Agency (RDA) is providing an investment of £90,000 for the project, which will cost
Femtocells make indoor 3G five times faster
March 24, 2017
US-based telecoms equipment maker, Airvana, has announced that its HubBub CDMA femtocell improves indoor 3G performance by up to five times compared to using a standard 3G network.
Femtocells are small wireless devices that pick up 2G and 3G mobile signals
GAA broadcasting rights secured by RTÉ
February 22, 2016
Broadcasting rights for the Gaelic Athletic Association Championships through to 2018 have been secured by Irish broadcaster RTÉ. RTÉ is to provide free-to-air coverage of the events via its TV, radio and internet platforms.
The GAA is an Irish organisation that
PageOne launches MoodleMobile plug-in
May 27, 2016
PageOne, a provider of wireless messaging solutions to the public and enterprise sectors, has launched MoodleMobile, an open source module which allows Moodle Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) users to use its JANET txt messaging service.
PageOne developed MoodleMobile with Kidderminster College.
TTC-CCS chosen to certify WiMAX equipment in Taiwan
February 6, 2016
Telecom Technology Center (TTC) and Compliant Certification Services (CCS) have announced that their joint lab, TTC-CCS, has been chosen by the WiMAX forum as Taiwan’s second certification testing lab for WiMAX equipment.
TTC-CCS will start offering fixed and mobile WiMAX
East-coast mainline passengers to get free Wi-Fi August 15, 2015 National Express will provide free Wi-Fi, to all rail passengers on the London to Scotland east-coast mainline, when it takes over the franchise from GNER in December. GNER completed the installation of Wi-Fi broadband connectivity on all its 41 east-coast trains last year, at a