4G

Liverpool has been named as having the fastest 4G signal in the country. The city has an average download speed of 21.32Mbps
We need to be planning now for the next generation of ultra-fast broadband and mobile network to ensure London can be a Capital city which maximises the opportunities from ever increasing demand for content on demand and on the go through to the prospects of an Internet of Things, connecting everything including the kitchen sink to the web.
There's still a fair bit of speculation as to what specs devices will be playing host to in 2015. As such, I thought this would be as good a time as any to talk about some of these, along with a few phone predictions for this year.
Apple is currently engaged in a major court battle with Swedish telecoms manufacturer Ericsson. The iPhone-maker has refused
A study by Global Wireless Solutions has revealed the shockingly low performance of phone signal coverage on commuter routes
Cheap SIM-only deals are the way forward. Why? Because nobody's buying smartphones anymore (apparently). Sounds ridiculous
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.
You might not have 4G coverage in your town or village yet. But that crazy tunnel to France we built under the sea? Totally
At a macro level, 4G Britain estimates that 125,000 jobs will be safeguarded or created in the UK between now and 2015 and that it will add 0.5% to UK GDP by 2020. For individual businesses, 4G can provide a real competitive edge no matter how crowded their industry.