Google is facing mass legal action over data snooping.
“Of course we’ll continue to support the platform.. bug fixes, security updates, etc. But building new features/hw aren’t the focus.”
Joe Belfiore – twitter – 8.10.2017
Following the release of the Samsung S8 in April this year, and the release of the Nokia 8 today, and the rumours of the iPhone 8 all over the internet, we thought we’d write a piece on all of the 8’s and what we know about them.
With the auction of bandwidth to support 5G services coming up later this year (we hope) we thought we would give you all a bit of information about it.
With all eyes on Brexit, here is some information about how leaving the EU may affect Business Telecommunications, along with recommendations put to Government by the BSG.
You may remember a few weeks ago there was quite a big, and kind of alarming, news story about a malicious ransomeware attack which affected a large percentage of the NHS as well as other organisations.
When I left you last week reader, our courageous riders were still in France tackling the hills and heat and rain….well I am pleased to report they all made it back in one piece, albeit tired pieces.
As you may or may not be aware, the Cellular Solutions family is currently in the throes of the 4th leg of their “Cellular Solutions Cycle to the South of France for Charity” adventure, and this year is the biggest one yet in the way of fundraising and crazy charity shenanigans!
From June the 15th ‘Roam like at home’ in the EU comes into effect for EU mobile phone users. This means that you can use your mobile tariff’s calls and texts allowances like you would in your home country. This is the final step in a process that started over 10 years ago.
Vodafone have made the decision not to sell its pager network after the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) announced its plans to launch an in-depth investigation into their deal with PageOne.