This week femtocell vendor Airvana has published its results and made positive comments about the future, in particular for Femtocells.
The boys at Orange clearly like the animal kingdom. Over the past few years, we have seen veritable menagerie of Dolphins, Raccoons, Panthers, Canaries and Camels, respectively swimming, scuttling, running, flying, and smoking (sorry – not that kind of camel) their way into customer price plans.
Japan is often the birthplace for the next generation of technology development. LTE is no exception to this and NTT DoCoMo will naturally be at the forefront of progress as this article stated two days ago.
An interesting report released this morning by Vodafone and Accenture suggests that a combination of smart machine-to-machine (M2M) and dematerialization services could reduce Europe’s energy bill by at least €43 billion and reduce CO2 emissions by at least 113Mt.
Well yes it’s true this time: the founders of WOW Deal (strap line – “It’s the Mobile Coupon Superhero!”) want everyone in the USA to be given a free lunch or dinner from a friend.
A few more numbers to crunch today, starting with 1.5 billion, that being the number of downloads from the App Store since it launched just under a year ago.
It appears that we have a disagreement amongst chipset manufacturers.
Yes, folks, the 3G femtocell grands prix is well and truly go! Several of the world’s leading mobile operators either have made or about to make service announcements.
If you’re based in Turkey, and you fancy a flutter, then you might well have come across bilyoner.com.