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The ‘Cambridge Debate' at this year's Future of Wireless International Conference, will present the motion that the future of innovation in the wireless industry is in the virtual rather than the physical world. At the debate, which is hosted by BBC News correspondent Peter Day, Ray Anderson, CEO at Bango will speak for the motion while David Wood, Chief Technology Architect from Accenture Mobility will argue against, before the question is opened up to conference delegates culminating in a vote. "The centre of gravity of innovation in the mobile industry has moved to the internet and the cloud," says Ray Anderson. "With the phenomenal success of mobile apps and online stores vending all-digital content, the device is becoming commoditised, simply providing a platform for internet-speed start-ups and leading web brands such as Facebook, Google and Twitter to innova... (more)

Yellow Pages Directories to Be Published In Handy Compact Size in Biggest Design Revamp For More Than Forty Years

February 10 2010 - Yellow Pages directories are to undergo their most significant revamp in more than forty years since they were first produced in the UK, with their publication in a smaller compact size rather than traditional A4 format.   The change in size – a reduction of five centimetres in height and four centimetres in width – follows research amongst Yellow Pages users that revealed that the compact directory increased usage by seven per cent compared with the A4 format.   An overwhelming number – 85 per cent – said they would prefer to receive a compact format direc... (more)

fonYou Telecom lets operators get on the Cloud

Barcelona, Spain; February 11th, 2010 – After its success in Spain, mobile operator fonYou Telecom is to offer its innovative Online Mobile Telephony platform to other mobile network operators. fonYou’s solution allows operators to offer their customers total control of their mobile telephony services and gives them direct access to their call records, text messages and voicemails through any web browser.   Fernando Núñez Mendoza, CEO of fonYou said: “There is a new generation of customers who like to be self-sufficient – people who book online, do banking online and live onlin... (more)

fonYou Telecom lets operators get on the Cloud

Barcelona, Spain; February 11th, 2010 – After its success in Spain, mobile operator fonYou Telecom is to offer its innovative Online Mobile Telephony platform to other mobile network operators. fonYou’s solution allows operators to offer their customers total control of their mobile telephony services and gives them direct access to their call records, text messages and voicemails through any web browser. Fernando Núñez Mendoza, CEO of fonYou said: “There is a new generation of customers who like to be self-sufficient – people who book online, do banking online and live online. I... (more)

Cloud Computing: Will iCloud Stress Wireless Networks Too Far?

With the growing trend for cloud services, networks must develop new approaches to cope with the demand for mobile broadband warns Cambridge Wireless. The unveiling last week of Apple's new iCloud service, along with other recent launches of cloud services from Amazon and Google, reflects the growing trend to store media and other content online and make it available to users across all of their connected devices. However, Cloud-based services will put more strain on already struggling wireless networks, says Cambridge Wireless, an independent wireless business and technology co... (more)