Swedish cable operator Com Hem has launched Hemtel

first_imgSwedish cable operator Com Hem has launched Hemtelefon i Mobilen (Home Phone-Mobile), an app that can be installed on Android phones and iPhones that enables fixed phone calls to be received on mobiles.The service allows up to five mobile phones to be connected to the same home phone number. The app also enables Com Hem customers to benefit from lower call-rates from mobile phones at home, outside the home or internationally via WiFi.The app is avaialble free of charge from Google Play and the Apple App Store.last_img

Preschool entertainment and learning app Hopster

first_imgPre-school entertainment and learning app, Hopster, has closed a multi-million pound funding round led by existing investor, Sony Pictures Television Networks (SPTN).While details of the raise were not disclosed, Hopster founder and CEO, Nick Walters, said the company will use the money to “keep doing what we pledged: provide a safe, ad-free and nurturing digital environment for preschoolers.”Executive vice president of Sony Pictures Television’s Western Europe International Networks division, Kate Marsh, said SPTN’s investment in Hopster compliments its growing kids’ portfolio.“We recognise digital is a crucial element to our business, particularly in the kids’ market where tablets are the choice of device for our audience,” she said.Sony Picture Television Networks initially took a minority stake in Hopster in October 2016 and holds a seat on the company’s board. Its existing kids brands include POP, Tiny Pop, POP MAX and POP FUN.last_img read more