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Jolla’s Android Sailfish OS smartphones to launch in November

15 November on Technology, What's new?

Jolla, the Finnish start up, has released details about their first batch of Sailfish OS-based smartphones. These details include information on what the software has to offer and when the devices will be available to customers. The handsets will go […]

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EE, Telefonica and Vodafone back UK 5G innovation centre

15 November on Technology, What's new?

Joining a long list of industry players throwing their weight behind the 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) planned by the University of Surrey are EE, Telefonica and Vodafone. Backed by UK telecoms regulator Ofcom, the consortium also includes Aeroflex, Aircom International, […]

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Large screen smartphones grow share in Q3

13 November on Technology, What's new?

In third quarter 2013, over a quarter of a billion smartphones were shipped globally. A growing percentage of these smartphones boasts large screens according to a study by Canalys. Accounting for 22% of all shipments were smartphone screens of five […]

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BlackBerry decides against a break-up

12 November on Technology

According to Reuters, the BlackBerry board decided against a break-up, even though prestigious companies such as Apple and Microsoft were making them tempting offers. BlackBerry has defined its wider interests as including employees, customers and suppliers and did not believe […]


4G petabyte plan for broadcasters offered by EE

11 November on Technology, What's new?

Claiming to be the world’s largest data plan, UK operator EE are offering a petabyte (a million gigabytes) of data for business customers such as media, film, entertainment and CCTV security industries that transfer large amounts of data over 4G […]


Adidas reveals the miCoach

07 November on Technology, What's new?

In the company’s first venture into the smartwatch market is Adidas’s miCoach Smart Run device, which is similar to having a personal trainer on the wrist, not just an activity tracker. The miCoach includes GPS, Bluetooth and replaces the need […]

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Huawei to invest in 5G technology

07 November on Technology, What's new?

Huawei, the Chinese infrastructure vendor, has vowed to invest a minimum of $600m in research and innovation in 5G technologies by 2018. 5G will be 100 times faster than 4G, delivering peak data rates of over 10Gbps and will be […]


EE launches the ‘fastest’ LTE-A network in London

06 November on Technology, What's new?

What claims to be the world’s fastest LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) network has been switched on by UK operator EE. Only available in London’s Tech City, the network claims to offer speeds of 300Mbps and makes use of carrier aggregation, combing 20MHz […]

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BlackBerry abandons plans to find a buyer

04 November on Technology

According to sources, BlackBerry is attempting to raise $1-billion of new funds, abandon its plan to find a buyer and replace its chief executive and some directors. The company has spent the last three months searching for a buyer, with […]

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FAA to allow personal electronic devices during all phases of flight

01 November on Technology

It has been a long awaited decision but the FAA will now let passengers use e-readers, tablets and other similar gadgets during all phases of flight. There is some small print however, with airplane mode still strongly encouraged. It is […]