—More than 80% of the 2,692,786 new cars sold in the U.K. last year featured the latest digital radio models
For starters, NRK opened an information center and staffed it
“A vision for the future of radio: DAB+ in Europe” will be held Jan. 31 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Major radio industry players are uniting to jointly run an information campaign at this year’s European Motor Show
—Acquisition was completed Dec. 1, company says
Do you know what to get for your favorite podcast listener?
14 new ones will be at dealerships before the New Year
System comprises two GatesAir Flexiva FAX air-cooled 10 kW FM transmitters, antenna systems and all auxiliary and support equipment
—AT&T is the latest to say that it will start to deliver LTE-Advanced Pro
Some cities are considering rules that will require carriers to improve coverage in underserved areas before granting right of way
The top 70% of the best-selling devices, offered by at least one carrier with the chip enabled, sold in that period, totaled 12.7 million smartphones
"It’s reflective of people moving out of harm’s way and tuning to FM radio for the official word on when they could return home,” according to blog
—Well, almost — "open sign-ups will be coming soon"
App that plays news and podcasts has received an investment from the venture capital arm of the Samsung Group
Streamer had rejected a previous overture this summer but may have changed its mind
The services are available in beta on iOS and Android devices and are set for full availability on mobile and desktop next month
—In first session of the day, panel of drone users discuss the state of the growing industry and give advice
The National Association of Tower Erectors has published a video showing how tower anchors corrode and ways to protect them.
Company says the beta will feature ads from a clothing company and the automotive sector
Video usage will drive average data consumption of smartphones in North America to 22GB/month in 2021 from 2015’s 3.7GB
—Spires in Britain’s most remote communities will be outfitted with broadband systems to disseminate internet connectivity
Over the past 12 months, the telcos have lost more than 500,000 broadband subscribers
Validation of the SAS to SAS communications systems may mean that the 3.5 GHz spectrum could potentially support high data rate access for mobile devices on LTE networks
Almost 600 LinkNYC kiosks have been installed