Nokia is often treated as the sad, old mobile manufacturer that lost its way. The phone in the corner trying to shout "I used to be a contender!" over the noise of the cooler kids like Samsung and Apple at the smartphone party.
I have just had a very interesting chat with Cisco's head of borderless networks in the UK and Ireland, Sarah Eccleston, about what changes bring your own device (BYOD) inspires in enterprise networks.
Today has seen me get very excited about the simplest looking technology.
During my usual internet browsing - ok, Twitter - I came across a website called OwnFone.
This week, Ofcom ruled that Everything Everywhere (EE) would be allowed to liberalise its 1800MHz spectrum and use it to provide 4G services across the UK....
Whenever anyone talks about NFC at the moment, we all get pound signs in our eyes, thinking about how good it is to pay with the touch of a card or mobile phone, rather than entering a pesky PIN.
It is becoming increasingly common - and frustrating - for MPs and ministers of state to turn up to give keynote speeches managing to say a huge number of words without saying anything at all.
Another one of these occurrences happened today with...
Today's announcement from Adobe that it is pulling its Flash Player from the Google Play store is one that has infuriated me.
Since Steve Jobs...
Research in Motion (RIM) today unveiled an updated version of its tablet device, the BlackBerry PlayBook, with one major selling feature - its 4G compatibility.
The new tablet will go on sale first in Canada on 9th August before being shipped...