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Analysis: 90% young adults watch smartphone content daily

Analysis: 90% young adults watch smartphone content daily

European and US internet audiences are increasingly watching online video on smartphones and Smart TVs, reports Ampere Analysis. Growth is strongest in Europe, with a…

Survey: Streaming reliablity and security still concern

Survey: Streaming reliablity and security still concern

UK and global consumers overwhelmingly agree that online digital technology has positively impacted their lives according to the State of Digital Lifestyles research report from Limelight Networks, a provider of…

GSMA: Growth threatened in airwaves battle

GSMA: Growth threatened in airwaves battle

An economic report by trade body the GSMA – which represents the interests of mobile operators worldwide – reveals that releasing 5G mmWave capacity will create $565 billion of economic…

SK Telecom launches 5G AR & VR services for eSports

SK Telecom launches 5G AR & VR services for eSports

SK Telecom has announced the launch of three 5G AR and VR services – ‘Jump AR’, ‘LCK* VR Live Broadcasting’ and ‘VR Replay’ – to offer a more realistic and…

Huawei takes 17% of global smartphone market in Q2

According to research from Strategy Analytics, global smartphone shipments fell 3 per cent annually to reach 341 million units in the second quarter of 2019. Global smartphone shipments continue to…

Freeview mobile app launches on Android

Freeview’s mobile app is now available to download from the Google Play Store, giving Android users the freedom to watch their favourite TV on-the-go. Users can stream live shows from…

T-Mobile/Sprint/Dish deal is done (almost)

Analyst Craig Moffett (of MoffettNathanson) summed up the position on the huge merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, and where Dish Network fits into the picture, saying: “The deal is Done!…

Amino and MOBITV collaborate

Amino, the global media and entertainment technology solutions provider, has announced a collaboration with app-based pay-TV video streaming platform, MOBITV. The solution will be commercially available in Q4. App-based solutions…

Sky Mobile launching 5G by November

Sky Mobile launching 5G by November

Sky Mobile has revealed it will launch 5G connectivity on its network by November, bringing the next-generation of mobile technology to Sky Mobile customers. At launch, London, Edinburgh, Cardiff and…

Three offers 5G at “no extra cost”

Mobile operator Three has announced that all new and existing customers will have access to 5G with no speed caps and at no extra cost on all contract, SIM only…

O2 confirms October launch for UK 5G

O2 confirms October launch for UK 5G

O2 customers has confirmed it will roll out 5G connectivity from October this year. It will be the last of the UK’s network coverage providers to roll out 5G, and…

Research: Millennials demand AI to enhance sport viewing

As the competition for fan engagement increases across major global sporting events, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning offer new ways to deliver more sophisticated and connected data experiences. Research…

IHS: Asia, N America 5G subs to top 1bn

The rollout of 5G technology will proceed at blistering pace, with the number of subscriptions in Asia and North America set to exceed 1 billion units by the technology’s fifth…

Netflix offers ultra-low mobile rate for India

Netflix has, as expected, offered Indian subscribers an ultra-low rate for viewing its output. The subscription fee is Rupees 199 a month (€2.80) and allows viewing on a single cellular…

Ofcom: TalkTalk most complained about pay-TV in Q1

Ofcom: TalkTalk most complained about pay-TV in Q1

Ofcom has published the latest league tables on the complaints it receives about the UK’s major home phone, broadband, mobile and pay-TV firms. The quarterly report reveals the number of…