U.K., Ireland and Germany to get leading Japanese technology via British operator mmO2.
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The British telecommunications giant is getting out of the satellite business, probably to concentrate on a new wave of communications businesses.
Mobile phone provider Orange and car manufacturer Smart have joined forces to produce the UK's first car to come equipped with Bluetooth technology as standard.
Telco BT has announced it has sold two-thirds of its stake in Indian services company Tech Mahindra, ahead of the outsourcer's planned merger.
Following the death of the telco's former chief executive, the company has confirmed it will appoint a successor in the coming months.
Earlier this month, Telstra put out a press release trumpeting that it's come up with a new phone coaching service to help people who are "bamboozled" by their mobiles. Another excellent example of wrong-headed thinking from the mobile industry.
U.K. head becomes CTO as company splits into three units, including one focused on integrated services.
After years of discussions and months of government wrangling, it's finally time for Telstra to close down CDMA for good. So how will the telco go about switching off an entire network?
Telstra is bringing its networks, services and wireless division together under one roof, creating a AU$6 billion dollar, 17,000 staff business unit.
It's been a long road to the closure of Telstra's CDMA network. ZDNet.com.au takes a look back at how it all happened.