Cameron puts down his phone to talk about the UK's digital future

cameron-face.jpgAt the opening of the CeBit show in Hanover, Germany over the weekend David Cameron spoke about his strategy for the UK’s digital spectrum, which will welcome 5G mobile broadband speeds capable of downloading a film in less than a second.

According to Business Week, Cameron spoke at length about his plans to make the UK a world leader when it comes to digital tech, offering £45 million of research into the “Internet of things” and promising a strategy for managing UK’s digital spectrum over the next ten years.

Cameron said:

“This is a world on fast forward, a world of permanent technological revolution [...] In this world, countries like the U.K. and Germany will only succeed if we have a relentless drive for new ideas and innovations.”

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