Government Calls For Faster Broadband Speeds

Jason Waterworth Blog, News, Broadband

The government has recently issued a response to the Select Committee report on the Environment, Food & Rural Affairs. The report called for broadband to have a 10Mbps minimum speed and made a few suggestions for improvement. The report published in February suggested that the Universal Service Commitment (USC) that is currently in place clearly […]

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Mobile Messaging Vital For Employee And Customer Engagement

Jason Waterworth Blog, Mobile, News

There is no better way for a business to engage with its customers or employees than mobile messaging, according to a recently released report. The report was written on the back of a survey of 600 technology company representatives both in the UK, the US and other important markets in Asia and Europe. It stated […]

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HTC One M9

Hollie Shirley Blog, Mobile, News

When released in 2013 The HTC One M7 was considered a masterpiece; a year later the One M8 followed suit. When CEO, Peter Chou announced HTC’s latest device, the One M9, just a couple of days ago the world stood by with baited breath – so was the wait worthwhile? HTC is renowned for the […]

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The Samsung Galaxy S6

Hollie Shirley Blog, Mobile, News

It’s time to ring those changes! Samsung again excites us, this time with the S6, its latest flagship device in the Galaxy range. Whenever a new phone is released it has to be good – really good, and this time round Samsung has definitely delivered. Out with the plastic trim and in with toughened glass and […]

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Samsung Is In Talks To Buy BlackBerry

Billy Carey Blog, Mobile

Reuters reports that Samsung is in talks to buy BlackBerry – for as much as $7.5 billion. The move would give Samsung access to BlackBerry’s extensive patent portfolio, with both sides meeting as recently as last week to discuss a potential deal. Shares in BlackBerry leapt by almost 30% in New York, following Reuter’s report […]

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