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730 million people will be online in India by 2020

India is widely regarded to be the last remaining major economy yet to fully succumb to the digital revolution. It's well on the way to getting online though, due to the rise of smartphones. A new report has predicted it will have 730m web users by 2020.

Australians given free mobile data for one day only, use 1,841 TB

Customers of Australian telecoms company Telstra had a "free web" day yesterday as an apology from the firm for a major network outage earlier in the week. Its users were predictably quick to take advantage of the offer, consuming over 1,800 terabytes.

Stockholm to be first city with 5G mobile coverage in 2018

Stockholm - A partnership between Swedish telecoms operator TeliaSonera and developer Ericsson means Stockholm will be the first city to have access to 5G next-generation mobile data technology. It will be rolled out in 2018 before a launch in Tallinn, Estonia.

Android Wear now lets you do more from your wrist with LTE

This week, Google added support for LTE data connections to Android Wear, opening the door to a new wave of smartwatches that function independently of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth links to smartphones. The first device to support the feature is built by LG.

Apple and Samsung are ready to kill the SIM card

Apple and Samsung have reportedly teamed up in an effort to replace traditional phone SIM cards with a digital alternative. This would eradicate the need to switch SIM cards between different phones and facilitate free changing between networks.

Google's wireless service 'Project Fi' revealed in leaked app

Google's plans to create a subscription-based wireless mobile service controlled entirely through an app have been fully revealed in the best possible way - a leaked version of the under-development app called Tycho.

Solving the cellular conundrum, seeing how cells grow

Cell division has been part and parcel of our understanding of science for over a century. However, what exactly causes cells to divide? This is still a conundrum for scientists.

Is cellphone use safe? Experts disagree with FDA study

Washington - The FDA and WHO have recently released studies on the use of cell phones and report no increased danger for users. Other experts in the field including the scientific team at Mast Sanity disagree and saying studies were funded by the cell phone companies.

Future of Beverage and Cellular Become One!

Japanes Coke Machines Are Taking on Futurama Technology!

New Pocket PC Phone With Full Color Wireless Internet Experience

BELLEVUE, Wash. - The promise of delivering customers a rich, wireless Internet experience on a mobile device was delivered in living color today as T-Mobile USA, announced the immediate availability of the T-Mobile branded Windows Powered Pocket PC Ph...

LetsMoto With Motorola: A Peek Into What The Future Holds

TORONTO - The makers of the first commercial car radio, handheld two-way radio and the first moon landing communications system, Motorola, held a press conference on August 1 to showcase this year’s exciting product line-up. The President of Motorol..

WLAN/Cellular Phone Will Deliver Rich Content

MIAMI LAKES, Florida -- Air Media Now! Inc., and Calypso Wireless Inc., successfully conducted their ASNAP wireless LAN to GSM/GPRS handoff. This technology will enable mobile subscribers to enjoy broadband connectivity in WLAN access zones. Air Med...
 

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