3G

A few days ago I was in a hotel, about to sit down for a long internet browse, when I realised the WiFi wasn't working...
A study by Global Wireless Solutions has revealed the shockingly low performance of phone signal coverage on commuter routes
Currently, to meet our need for 'bandwidth-on-the-go,' 3G is available to some of us. But those of us that have access have all had our share of '3G buffering purgatory' while we wait for videos, documents and especially for applications to download...
The pace of change for internet connectivity and developments like finally getting an affordable connection under the English Channel is to be welcomed, but all of us who travel need to learn the new 21st Century etiquette needed to avoid being that annoying person who is shouting into their phone.
With two of the UK’s biggest mobile networks going head-to-head to launch their 4G services later this month, the pressure
We have all been there - seen a new mobile phone model and been convinced that it is the answer to all our problems and that we will never need to upgrade again. While 4G does promise a lot, it is worth stepping back and taking a more realistic view.
If 3G were to cut out completely I wonder how teenagers would communicate? After all without free WI-FI that group of teenagers I saw would have just been sat on a bench, not talking to each other. Oh the joy.
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Leeds and Bradford are set to become "super-connected" cities after Virgin Media Business has been awarded the UK's first
Small cell technology - a new internet signal amplifier which makes connections faster than 3G and WiFi, could provide an