The iPhone’s had a cellular streaming-capable BBC iPlayer app for a while now. Thankfully Android has caught up at last. A new update has just hit the Android Market to enable 3G streaming, as well as smoother playback thanks to an updated Flash Player.
Fancy taking your hardcore yet portable gaming on the road? Vodafone’s offering an exclusive PAYG 3G version of Sony’s latest pocket gaming machine for £279. Top up £5 and you’ll even get Wipeout 2048 for free.
Three’s just unveiled its plans for an assault on home broadband using its new “Web Cube”, which is essentially just a fancy mains-powered MiFi. It’s hoping to pump you broadband over its HSPDA+ network, removing the need for any landline or installation – just plug and go.
The Everything Everywhere conglomerate has already given Orange and T-Mobile users the chance to make calls via each others' networks, but soon it'll be flipping the switch on 3G mobile data roaming as well.
The BBC has just let loose an update for its iOS iPlayer app that brings it to the iPhone and enables streaming over 3G. It's not just catch-up content either -- the app allows you to watch a live stream of any of the BBC's TV channels or radio stations wherever you've got a solid data connection.
You've probably heard of 4G, but also probably haven't used it yet. It's an umbrella term covering various faster mobile data connection standards, which are gradually taking off in various parts of the world.
Ofcom has published a revised version of its infrastructure report for 2011. The good news is that 73 per cent of UK households get 3G from all networks; but 30 per cent of the country isn't covered by 3G at all.
Windows Mobile may be ancient technology for those using an iPhone or Android handset, but for industry applications like the MobiUS SP1 mobile ultrasound system, the now two-year old operating system is just perfect.
T-Mobile customers have been having less frustrating moments of dropped signal since they were allowed to use Orange's network for voice and text last year. Parent company Everything Everywhere has said that from next week, that'll include data too.
Turns out the unlimited 3G-ness of the new Kindle Touch 3G is not quite as unlimited as we thought. According to Amazon's Kindle forums, the Touch will grant you 3G connectivity for accessing the Kindle store, buying books, and surfing Wikipedia. Everything else requires WiFi.