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Links 1 through 10 of 16 by Ben Haylock tagged mobile

Swisscom and Ericsson have deployed the world’s first underground vault site for LTE and small cells in Switzerland. Some 250 further rollouts are due in the country’s cities during 2016.

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During the June quarter of 2009, Australians downloaded 99,993 terabits of data compared with 55,434 terabits during the same period in 2008, a staggering 80 per cent increase. Australians also viewed 46.6 billion web pages from home compared with 38.9 billion in 2008.

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"There is no mobile internet: there is only the internet.

This has been my other crusade for the last 2 years; and this is probably what Google believes too. What I mean is, that fix-line world-wide-web access is the black & white TV of the internet. Amazing in itself, but without the full functionality of what we recognise as “television” today."

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So Vodafone is being the most progressive of any carrier: hosting and endorsing both radio and user-generated radio.

Niiiice!

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"MySpace Mobile is adding a new dimension tonight—streaming video, both user-generated and branded, to the phone. Caveats: it’s in beta […]"

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"A new study from Juniper Research has found that Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) will need to fundamentally change their mobile content business models by emphasizing ‘shared value creation' in order to avoid becoming ‘dumb pipes' in the future."

Oh, really? Why can they not re-invent and intentionally become "just a pipe"?

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"Welcome to the home of vintage and retro mobile cell-phone icons. Here you can find useful information and purchase modern-day collectable mobile phones.
Mobile phones have been with us for less than 25 years, but already the early models have achieved

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" Brazil, Russia, India and China—collectively known as BRIC—representing 43% of the world's population, will profoundly change the way both the mobile telecommunications and the marketing industries operate.

eMarketer estimates that BRIC will acco

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