This article was published in The Telegraph UK on 14 April 2013
By Derek McManus, COO, O2
14 April 2013: The 4G spectrum auction earlier this year marked another major milestone in the UK’s journey towards a new generation of mobile technology.
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By Daniel Appelquist (@torgo), Open Web Advocate at Telefónica Digital
This week, in collaboration with Telefonica Digital’s R&D, M2M and BlueVia teams, Arduino launched a new GSM connectivity module for its popular prototyping board family.
Arduino is known throughout the world by people...Continue reading »
This time last year at Mobile World Congress, we proudly announced a partnership with Mozilla to create a new mobile platform to deliver the first HTML5 mobile devices running on the open web.
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(above image: Firefox OS icon grid – courtesy Mozilla. Original here)
By Matthew Dicks, Head of Marketing, BlueVia at Telefónica Digital
The mobile web must be open. It seems an obvious statement, one we have made many times before on this blog. Unfortunately,...Continue reading »
by Paul Eggleton (@thePEggleton), Head of Smart Metering, Telefonica UK @o2m2m)
It’s de rigueur these days when talking about the future to paint pictures of smart cities and smart homes where everything talks to everything else to provide a more efficient...Continue reading »
The weather is brisk in California and the arrival of 2013 brings us some interesting new legal changes here in the Golden State – changes that portend bigger things and point to the logical progression of tighter technology integration into...Continue reading »
This weekend in San Francisco, Voxer will host the Hard(ware) Hack.
Voxer, if you don’t know, is an incredibly cool walkie-talkie app that turns any smartphone (iOS or Android) with a decent connection into a high-powered communications device that allows you...Continue reading »
1966’s American sci-fi show Star Trek showed the space adventures of the crew of the starship U.S.S. Enterprise in the 23rd century. The future imagined by Gene Roddenberry also worked the other way and inspired real world scientists and engineers to achieve technological...Continue reading »
The world consumes nearly 3 trillion pounds of meat, fish, fruits and vegetables combined each year, according to figures from the FAO and IFPRI. In 2030, this number will increase to 4 trillion pounds. An ever-increasing population growth just means...Continue reading »