After seeing profit rise by 15% to £3.03bn, BT has announced that it is working on increasing maximum speeds from 76Mbps to 300Mbps, potentially rising to 500Mbps. This is subject to Ofcom approval.
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A new report from Ericsson predicts that smartphone usage will triple by the end of this decade, with low-end market playing a key role. Mobile data traffic is also set to see a tenfold increase.
To celebrate the rapid growth of its 4G network, EE will be offering free "4G-powered 'superfast' donkey rides" this weekend, with each donkey packing a WiFi mobile hotspot in its saddle.
Sprint has announced that it is revamping the pricing and data caps for its PC mobile broadband services, along with a new data plan for tablets and dedicated mobile hotspot devices.
Everything Everywhere, the new name for the merged T-mobile and Orange brands in the UK, is to launch its first test retail outlet in Altrincham near Manchester on the 18th February, according to Channel Register....
While the wireless industry is just barely getting settled on the original WiMax standard, the WiMax Forum Industry Group is hard at work on its successor. According to Engadget via ComputerWorld, "The standard is due...
Ford and Microsoft teamed up to show off the Ford SYNC in 2007 at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES). Ford will be introducing a mobile WiFi hotspot to their vehicles starting next year, but...
Neowin is back with its series of In Depth podcasts, looking behind the news at recent industry developments. In this edition, recorded on October 18 2009, Rob Wright reviews the Novatel MiFi 2352 Intelligent...
In a recent survey conducted by price comparison site Moneysupermarket.com, it has been found that users of certain UK mobile broadband providers will incur substantial charges for exceeding their bandwidth limitations. This news comes from...