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Google Developer Day gives London a look at Android

An array of developers and interested mobile folk are at the Google Developer Day this morning in London, peering at the new Android operating system in action. And they’re generally impressed. Our man on the ground is rather excited. Here’s our man’s quick summary: Just seen an Android demo. OS is very slick and iPhone-y. […]

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Use your mobile as your Oyster card!

That is just one idea that has been floating around Mobile Industry Review for sometime; and it seems like after a trial period, people like it! The Near Field Communications (NFC) which O2 had been trialling with Nokia has had some optimistic results. Apparently nine out of ten (90%) of the five hundred trialists said […]

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Mobile Industry Review Show – Episode 22

Mobile Industry Review Show – Episode 22 from Mobile Industry Review on Vimeo. This week we’re bringing you an absolute WHOPPER of a show. A veritable whopper. 1. We’re committed to bringing you our show from different, unusual and picturesque locations around London. I think we’ve beaten everything so far by filming from the Tower […]

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Fibre, network, london, sewer. Done!

Geraldine Grewal is public relations officer of Geo, a leading provider of bespoke fibre networks. Geo are the people you want to talk to when you need 255mb a second delivered into your home office. Or to connect your company to another, at a reaaaaally fast speed. I wouldn’t mind one of those connections in […]

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Vodafone cuts dropped calls for Virgin Trains

Virgin Trains has set its sights on tackling dropped calls for passengers and has teamed up with Vodafone to give travelers better in-carriage coverage . Vodafone said it will be putting in “repeater technology” in the trains to boost both 2G and 3G coverage. The repeaters will be installed on all 52 of Virgin’s Pendolino […]