mobile internet

With two of the UK’s biggest mobile networks going head-to-head to launch their 4G services later this month, the pressure
UK telecoms giant Vodafone unveiled some disappointing results on Wednesday as the economic woes across Europe bit into its
Leeds and Bradford are set to become "super-connected" cities after Virgin Media Business has been awarded the UK's first
Most people never go anywhere without their mobile these days and there even exists a name for those who experience anxiety when they are without their phone: nomophobia. What's more, O2 claim mobile usage abroad is growing by 100% each year.
Despite having been around for a while now, Mi-Fi units have yet to be embraced by those outside the tech fraternity. The
One in two smartphone owners use their phone to read news, a figure that's almost double that of this time last year. New
MEPs will vote today on new mobile roaming regulations, which have the potential to turn back the clock on our mobile phone technology by 10 years, as they make it too expensive to access the internet while abroad.
We know that 2012 is set to be an exciting year when it comes to the mobile internet, as 2011 was nothing short of explosive. Across our own global mobile ad network alone over 126 billion were delivered in 2011 - almost two-and-a-half times more than 2010.
Derek McManus, CTO of O2 UK said that: "watching a YouTube video on a smartphone uses the same capacity on the network as sending 500,000 text messages simultaneously." 4G networks are being designed to accommodate this demand.