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UK emergency services need better technology, says former ambulance chief

Wednesday, December 17th 2014

Hayden Newton, former CEO of East of England Ambulance Service, said technology will help paramedics deliver high levels of care despite budget cuts. In an independent paper Mr Newton outlines...

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BT/EE deal raises fears of 'undue market power'

Tuesday, December 16th 2014

John Delaney, mobile analyst from IDC, said any deal for BT to buy EE, which owns Britain's largest mobile network, would be closely scrutinised by regulators to ensure BT does not have an undue...

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Nokia boss: Mobile operators will need turbo-charged masts to compete

Monday, December 15th 2014

Mobile edge computing (MEC) will improve the quality of video people can stream on their mobile devices by reducing the amount of data passing between the base station and the main network. The...

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Mobile users will benefit from latest mast technology

Friday, December 12th 2014

Mobile edge computing (MEC) involves putting servers into masts, as well as other parts of the network, to improve the processing and storage capabilities for content and applications. This...

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Discontinuation of Three Mobile One Plan 'a joke' - customers

Thursday, December 11th 2014

Three stopped selling its popular ‘all you can eat data’ package in March and removed the unlimited tethering option. But now users have been told they will have to switch to an alternative...

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Mobile network capacity problems can be solved by 'small cells' - Virgin

Wednesday, December 10th 2014

Bruce Girdlestone, senior business development manager at the firm, said the technology will make the most of the current mobile spectrum as part of a solution to issues of congestion. Mobile...

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IPv6 IP addresses will make it easier for security services to track you

Monday, December 8th 2014

James Blessing, chair of the Internet Service Providers’ Association (ISPA), said the new version of IP (Internet Protocol) addresses would make it less laborious for service providers to work out...

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'Investment, time and effort' - but 100% UK broadband coverage is possible

Wednesday, December 3rd 2014

James Blessing, chair of the Internet Service Providers’ Association (ISPA), said it is never impossible to reach 100%, but it needs “money, investment, time and effort”. Speaking to...

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In-car wi-fi should be regulated to prevent accidents - campaigners

Monday, December 1st 2014

The comments come after EE launched its latest in-car wi-fi device, the Buzzard 2, which aims to bring connectivity without needing a built-in solution. The device, available to businesses and...

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Second screens having 'huge knock-on effect' on child health

Friday, November 28th 2014

Vicki Dawson, founder of The Children's Sleep Charity, told Cable.co.uk: “We are receiving an increasing number of enquiries from parents of teens regarding sleep issues and many of these are...

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