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150 London Underground Stations Gain Wi-Fi Access
Virgin Media has today announced the addition of six more stations across the capital, bringing the service that it launched two years ago up to the landmark figure.
2016 Could See A Lot More Enterprise Apps, Says Red Hat
Open-source solutions provider Red Hat today announced results from a recent mobile maturity survey that revealed 90% of respondents anticipate increasing investment in mobile application development within the next 12 months.
2016 Sees Strong Start For Online Retail
Online retail was off to a great start this year, says the IMRG Capgemini e-Retail Sales Index.
2018 Will Be The Year Of 125bn Digital Transactions
Juniper Research says our global on-going transition from physical to digital only set to raise the figure even higher.
2019 Will See A $47bn Mobile Cloud Market
The mobile cloud market is due for some major growth over the next half a decade, at least according to the latest report on the matter.
20bn Online Payments To Be Made In UK This Year
Customers are increasingly opting to use a smartphone, tablet or PC to make bill payments as trust and security are finally persuading consumers to leave behind traditional services.
28% Of Businesses Lack Mobile Strategy Despite Regarding It As “Fourth Utility”
A survey of businesses carried out by Intrinsic found that mobility is now considered the “fourth utility” among businesses but 28 per cent still lack a strategy.
4G Over Twice As Fast As 3G Mobile Broadband Speeds, Says Ofcom
Ofcom has published some new research into mobile surfing speeds, in its first look at the mobile landscape since the 4G auction and subsequent super-fast rollouts across the UK.
5G A Step Closer After Major EU-China Deal?
The two will cooperate to strengthen "the understanding, research and development" of the next-generation breed of superfast networks.
A Third Of UK Smartphone Users Never Download An App
According to a report by Deloitte, the rise in the number of over 50 smartphone users is to blame for the decline in the average number of monthly downloads.
Accenture Wins Major Police Outsourcing Contract
Management consulting services company Accenture has been selected to manage applications for the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC), and the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS), the company announced on Monday.
Allpay Offers 'Pay As You Go' Social Housing Rent Payment App
The service offers a 10% reward on every top up made by clients, which can be added to the rent account to reduce their overall monthly bill, claims the vendor.
Analysts Claim "Death Of The App Greatly Exaggerated"
Analytics company App Annie claims that suggestions that the popularity of smartphone apps is on the wane are greatly exaggerated.
Android Apps Carrying Malware, Warn Experts
Google Play remains a relatively safe environment, though, with the real threats coming from third-party app stores.
Android Clearly Now The Dominant Mobile OS
Android continues to gain momentum while Apple’s market share has declined slightly year-on-year.
Android Still Dominates Smatphone OS Market
The latest statistics for smartphones have been released by research firm IDC, and the unsurprising news is that Android is still top of the mobile OS tree by a long way.
Android Tablets Now Have Microsoft Office Apps
Microsoft has launched its Office apps for Android tablets today, so you can now head over to the Google Play store and download Word, Excel and PowerPoint versions which are tailored to work on a slate.
Annual Digital Payments May Hit $4.7 Trillion By 2019
The annual transaction value of online, mobile and contactless payments may reach $4.7 trillion (£2.7 trillion) by 2019, claims new research.
Another 18 UK Towns Get 4G LTE With EE
The network now covers 281 cities and towns across the country, with 75 per cent of the UK’s population under EE’s 4G umbrella.

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