Episode 3 of the new season of RAG TV featured Dion Price, CEO of Trustonic, and Kingsley Unah, formerly with Airtel Nigeria.
Smartphone maker Vivo ignored Indian rules requiring a unique International Mobile Equipment Identity number for each handset.
Ofcom, the UK regulator, wants to ban the locking of mobile phones to networks, saying it is ‘not essential’ to reducing fraud.
The internet of things means more devices will have a microphone, loudspeaker and network connection. Expect disruption if Google links this trend to newer comms protocols.
Trustonic’s hardware-based security means devices can be remotely locked and unlocked, irrespective of which operator’s network they are connected to.
Three UK warned other firms that someone was impersonating Dave Parr, but they did not bother to check with the customer.
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