Zoopla names Birmingham as best UK location for remote working
Vodafone tests live 5G at Birmingham’s New Street Station
Nissan Energy and OPUS unveil camping concept with electric car batteries
Can I get 5G? Vodafone announces trials in seven cities including London, Birmingham
EE runs free 4G trial in 50 London and Birmingham taxis
You may not be able to get 4G speeds on your mobile where you live just yet (check here to see if you can) but one place where it's guaranteed is in the back of these distinctly coloured cabs in…
Vodafone Live Guy: Day 7 – Birmingham
If you’re looking at this image going, “Hey, that’s where I live,” then you’re in luck because you’ve a darn good chance of winning yourself a Dell netbook today. In fact, you’ve got four darn good chances.
10.32am and, as yet, no one in Birmingham…
Brummies win Gold at Championship Gaming Series
At last.. There but for the grace of God go some British winners. Champions of the world. Bow before them. Make praise to those that have done what so many have failed to do before. These 10 brave souls have defeated, nay, slain the forces of global competition and emerged the unlikely victors! All hail The Salvo… The mighty Birmingham Salvo.
Yes, you heard right. Britain has won a major trophy. Okay, so it’s not a sport’s trophy, like a Jules Remet or an Olympic medallion.. and it is for winning the World Computer Game Championships.. But.. but it’s a trophy god-dammit, and we won it. It deserves celebrating.
Vodafone rolling out HSDPA to six more UK cities
Vodafone users in London should already be enjoying improved mobile broadband access speeds thanks to HSPDA implementation last year. Soon, mobile users in Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester and Reading will also have access to faster mobile Internet…
Opinion: Bluetooth is not the colour when it comes to football technology
We’ve all experienced it, walking or driving past a mysterious embedded Bluetooth advert somewhere that tries to download itself to your phone automatically because the BT is switched on, ready to receive on your handset.
Of course, you’ve got the option to decline it and unless you are very stupid, you will do so because that download could be anything, from a mobile-type virus to porn.
But now a firm called Bluepod Media is hoping to deluge us with adverts each time we step inside the football stadium of our favourite team…
Opinion: HMV need more than gimmicks to attract kids to "cyber store"
Quick quiz now – do you still buy CDs on the high street? I rarely do these days, unless it’s an impulse buy in a sale as I browse, but then I don’t get much time to do that either like I used to. Let’s face it, we’re a cash rich, time poor society now and that means one thing – the Internet!
I’m not going to spit out the obvious downloading facts and figures that we all already know, digital music is big business and only a miniscule percentage of people reading this will never have bought or “found” a music track via the web…