T-Mobile gives all you can eat broadband deal
Published in Mobiles

79.95 euro a month,

Deutsche Telekom launched its first all-you-can-eat mobile tariff in its home market Germany. Dubbed the MagentaMobil XL package it will set you back 79.95 euro a month but includes unlimited high-speed data for surfing and streaming within Germany, and 23 gigabytes of data for roaming across the European Union.

AMD hires ex-Nvidia man + 1 to replace Raja Koduri
Published in Graphics

Rayfield runs the RTG, David Wang engineering

Before anyone jumps the gun claiming that Mike Rayfield, the newly promoted Senior Vice President and General Manager of AMD Radeon Technologies Group (RTG) is ex Micron, we wanted to point out that he used to run Tegra for Nvidia before. The man who will replace Raja Koduri’s engineering talents comes from ATI and Synaptics. David Wang is now Senior Vice President of Engineering at RTG.

Google helps hack the iPhone
Published in Mobiles

Tame Apple Press furious

The Tame Apple Press is spitting bile that the search engine outfit Google has released information which will help people hack the iPhone.

Nokia and Vodafone team up for 5G
Published in Mobiles

South African test

Former rubber boot maker Nokia will trial its 5G technology in South Africa in collaboration with UK telephone outfit Vodacom.

Sirin creating blockchain phone
Published in Mobiles

Open Source and fee less

Sirin Labs is developing an open source model that runs on a fee-less blockchain technology.

Samsung sits on Snapdragons for second year
Published in Processors

That must make its eyes water

Samsung is sitting on the Snapdragon 845 chips for its Galaxy S9 and not letting anyone else get their paws on them.

Boffins working on battery free mobile
Published in Mobiles

Zero power

Researchers from the University of Washington are working on a technique which will make batteries a thing of the past for mobile phones.

Expensive phone-maker for the rich and stupid runs out of cash
Published in Mobiles

No not that one, the other one

A British-based luxury phone maker which made its name flogging $50,000 smartphones decked out in alligator leather and titanium and fitted with sapphire screens, has run out of cash.

Most city users happy with their mobile connection
Published in Mobiles

Only half of rural users

UK telcom watchdog Ofcom has used crowd-sourced data collected from 4,288 users of their Smartphone app to reveal that 72 percent of users in UK urban areas were satisfied with their overall mobile service.

BlackBerry doing well by not being BlackBerry
Published in Mobiles

Car market to save company bacon

A top Wall Street analyst has said that the maker of the Crackberry is set to clean up in the car market.