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EE and 3 UK lost a legal challenge against regulator Ofcom regarding the structure of a planned spectrum auction, paving the way for the watchdog to press on with the process. BT-owned EE and 3 launched seperarte legal cases against the auction, which was originally more
Christmas is almost upon us and the mobile networks are working hard to ensure they are maintaining efficient and fast networks for the UK population at this busy time of the year. O2 are continuing to invest in upgrading their 2G and 3G networks, as well as bringing more
Some days, it can feel like the smartwatch is a relatively new phenomenon but the idea of redefining utility on the wrist is more than six years old. Apple began to investigate a device for the wrist in 2011, just four years after launching the iPhone. The idea was more
Commuters can currently use their phones at station concourses and platforms but not in tunnels. London lags behind other major capitals for mobile phone coverage on its transport network. Metro passengers in Paris, New York, Berlin, Seoul and Tokyo have more
It’s hard to believe that 2017 is nearly over, so we looked at how some of the UK’s CIOs are preparing for the future. Most of us are still busy focusing on current trends such as mobile, cloud and big data. As far as current trends go, it's hard to argue more
Apple is planning to release WatchOS 4.1 at the end of the month. The update will be big: not only will it add music streaming over cellular and Wi-Fi via Apple Music and iCloud Music libraries and a new streaming Radio app, but it adds some fixes more
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