Fairphone has launched its first camera upgrade module as well as announcing a €6.5m funding injection.
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The 800MHz spectrum band has been given an early clear out, ready for mobile operators to begin using it this summer.
In the United Arab Emirates, the mobile market is in flux, with Android on the rise and iOS slipping.
Nokia has announced the latest addition to the Lumia range: the 4.7-inch 625.
Nokia's devices and services unit is set to pass into Redmond's hands if the proxy vote is anything to go by.
Base has switched on its LTE network in 15 cities, and Mobistar is testing its own equivalent, but regulations mean that Brussels remains a notable 4G black spot.
Microsoft is in line for substantial payouts if its acquisition of Nokia's devices and services business doesn't come off. But if the deal fails and it's not Nokia's fault, it'll be landed with a €750m bill.
Jolla's handset release this week is the culmination of two years' hard graft. How did the Finnish startup manage it, and what's it working on next?
NSW Justice Minister John Hatzistergos has demanded the federal government be quicker to embrace phone jamming in jails.Hatzistergos said phone jammers must be introduced into state correctional facilities as a matter of urgency, adding in a statement the use of mobiles by prison inmates "poses a serious threat to the security, good order and discipline of our correctional centres".
If a user shakes the phone twice, it will end a call or delete a message, the company says. Photo: Samsung's new phone