Tag: LTE

Travelling abroad – the mobile as your constant companion

On a governmental level, while the new EU roaming legislation is clearly decreasing the roaming prices, it is also a big opportunity for operators to convince ‘roaming sleepers’ to wake up. More than a quarter of European visitors today turn their phones off. If operators hope to compensate for the price decrease with an increase […]

Secured communication is driving the future for connected cars

From four-wheeled mobile offices to driverless cars and even windshields with integrated Google Glass, the possibilities to enhance transportation and improve our way of life are endless. As with most things Apple get involved in, the future of connected cars has become a hot topic over the past few months. Since the launch of Apple’s […]

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Highlights from CES 2014: Is your car smarter than you?

Cars were invented as a means of transportation – getting from point A, St. Louis, to point B, Kansas City. If you were at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, CES, in Las Vegas then you know we’re not in Kansas anymore! Cars have evolved far beyond travel mode and status symbols. In fact, the hottest […]

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4G – now also in the UK

It has been available in South Korea for years and in Norway since 2009. Japan launched LTE in 2011 and the US has been shouting about its own successes in delivering LTE these past few years too. Now, 4G is finally also available in the UK. A 4G mobile network, the successor to 3G, launched […]

Mobile advertising speed dating panel – yes, you heard right!

We were lucky enough to have made the registration list for Mobile Monday London’s mobile advertising and mobile marketing panel session yesterday afternoon. It was a packed room, with everyone listening intently to Russell Buckley from mobhappy.com quiz the panellists in 15 minute slots.