UK-based communications giant British Telecom has filed a law suit alleging that almost every Google product infringes at least one of six of their patents. But should we really care?
Brits have patiently twiddled their thumbs while the US talks about super-fast connections, but finally there's light at the end of the tunnel. Everything Everywhere (Orange and T-Mobile's parent-company) and BT will be testing 4G LTE this September, in Cornwall.
Somewhere on the web is the ultimate music site. It has virtually every album, EP and single ever released in a variety of high-quality formats with insanely fast download speeds. You're probably not allowed in.
An IPTV service for Xbox 360 was alluded to in a 2007 CES keynote, but it's been quiet on that front ever since. What's the deal? If you're British, you might be in luck!
The official PlayStation 3 Bluetooth headset will be arriving in the US on October 14 for $49, or a bundle price of $59 if you want to buy it and SOCOM Confrontation together. The headset itself has a "High-Quality" mode, which activates its dual mics and apparently uses "high bandwidth" to make you sound better to…
Click to viewMicrosoft's Mediaroom is the company's IPTV solution that brings TV into to your house (much like cable and satellite) over IP. You might be familiar with it in its commercially released service forms such as AT&T U-Verse here in the US or BT Vision in the UK. The features out now—quick channel changing,…
Cobra Electronics is expected to unveil the world's first Bluetooth CB radio at this years Mid-America Trucking Show. Naturally, this device will allow truckers to synch their mobile phone conversations to their CB radio, making for more effective communication. Plus, a noise canceling microphone will allow calls to…
Rumors abounded today that British Telecom was interested in buying Sprint Nextel. The company's stock price has been sagging due to poor customer growth rates. What does this mean to us? Not sure yet, but in this case, the change might do them good. [Reuters]
More news from Britain today with word that BT is launching Glide, which they claim to be the world's first Bluetooth handset of the landline variety. With a 300 meter (nearly 1,000 feet) radius, the Glide lets you walk around your big house while chatting with your important friends about the goings-on in town.
By Carlo Longino