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Three has announced that it is to stop selling 3G mobile devices in the UK – the first time in the mobile operator’s history that it will not stock a 3G handset.

BT has made a huge swathe of announcements about the future of its converged networks covering BT, EE and Plusnet. Within the announcements (which basically outline plans to use the best bits of each different service), is confirmation that BT will be the "first to market" with a 5G mobile offering.

Sky Mobile has added several Apple iPad models to its device line-up, with monthly data plans that include no upfront costs and data rollover so you never miss out on the data you paid for.

Communications regulator Ofcom has revealed the best and worst broadband and phone service providers across the UK, with Plusnet, Sky and Giffgaff ranking highly.

Samsung Pay is now available in the UK. It is a platform that allows you to pay for goods and services simply by waving your Samsung device near a cash register instead of swiping a credit card or doling out your payment information, a bit like Apple Pay or Google Pay on rival phones.

Facebook is to launch an online dating service, CEO Mark Zuckerberg has revealed on Tuesday at the company’s annual F8 conference.

Smartphones are becoming ever more powerful in the photography department, and the recent release of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus offer us even more power for great photography.

Ofcom CEO Sharon White has warned BT that it is at risk of becoming defunct and forgotten if it does not do more to change course away from slow copper-based broadband services to ultrafast fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP), or full-fibre.

With the London Marathon last week several reports came out showing that sports watches and fitness trackers were not as accurate as hoped.

Though many entrepreneurs would say it’s just a number – and certainly no excuse to rest on your laurels – breaking the £1m mark has proved an enduring symbol of success in business.

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