The smartphone revolution has brought unprecedented levels of traffic to mobile social media service providers but the main problem facing these providers is this – how do I convert this traffic into revenue?
It was only three weeks back when Sprint announced its intentions of leaving WiMAX and switching to LTE.
So, farewell, analogue TV. It was confirmed that the last analogue TV signals in the UK would be switched off on October 24, 2012
, thereby concluding a staggered process that first began in the Cumbrian town of Whitehaven back in November 2007.
The news last week that Apple will not equip the iPhone 4GS with NFC was a disappointment to some as take-up by iPhone users would have been a great stimulus for the market.
The waiting is over (announcement-wise), and wild rumours about Nano-sized models and tapered designs are being quickly forgotten: the new iPhone has arrived (or will do, starting on 14th October).
No, this isn’t another attack on Nokia’s market position (for non-old-English readers “whither” means “‘to which place”) i.e. where is Nokia heading in NFC mobile payments?