Ofcom has announced its plans for the forthcoming 4G spectrum auction in the UK following another consultation.
Ofcom has published its report into 4G into the UK, looking into the real-time effect the next-gen tech will have on data users.
Wireless broadband at up to 40Mbps will soon be available to most of Japan after Intel announced an investment of $43 million (£26 million) in the first nationwide WiMax project there.
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ExclusiveThe Chief Exec of the UK's digital radio industry's trade organisation has hit back at critics of DAB radio's technology and audio quality, claiming that the time is currently not right for a mass market roll-out of DAB+ or WiMAX technology in the UK.
Nokia has announced that it doesn't plan to favour one 4G format over another in the near future, despite planning an LTE device in the coming year.
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UpdatedThe mobile broadband market will continue its rapid growth during the next five years and generate valuable new revenue streams for mobile network operators, according to a new report, Mobile broadband in Europe: forecasts and analysis 2009–2014, published by Analysys Mason. According to the Analysys Mason report, there will be 148 million mobile broadband connections in Europe by 2014, when they will account for almost half of all broadband connections in the region.