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    Nokia denies handset market return Edit Post

    Following speculation that Nokia is ramping up efforts to rejoin the mobile phone market after selling its devices business to Microsoft last year, the company released a statement saying “it currently has no plans to manufacture or sell consumer handsets”. “Nokia notes recent news reports claiming the company communicated an intention to manufacture consumer handsets out of a R&D ...
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    Joachim Horn to leave Tele2; new post in Asia Edit Post

    Operator Tele2 announced that Joachim Horn, Group CTIO and executive vice president, will leave his role and take up a new position at a “telecom company in Asia”. The identity of the company is not disclosed, but Horn already has plenty of international experience. Prior to joining Tele2 in 2011, Horn was Group CTO at India’s Bharti ...
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    EE’s 4G growth story continues in Q1 but revenue falls short Edit Post

    UK carrier EE claimed the crown again as Europe’s biggest 4G operator but is still struggling to convert that distinction into revenue growth. EE added 1.7 million new 4G customers in the past three months and is targeting 14 million by end-2015, according to its Q1 results. Yet, operating revenue stubbornly refuses to respond, falling 1.1 per ...
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    Microsoft CEO boasts 100M Office downloads on iOS and Android dev... Edit Post

    Microsoft, buoyed by growth in cloud-based products and mobile – as well as the inclusion of Nokia Devices and Services into its financial results – saw year-on-year revenue growth of 6 percent, to $21.7 billion, during its fiscal Q3 2015. “We are clearly taking Office everywhere,” said Satya Nadella (pictured), Microsoft’s chief executive, who had mobile ...
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    Samsung teases with new smartwatch as Apple Watch shipment begins Edit Post

    Samsung announced that developers will get “early access” to the software development kit for the new version of its Gear smartwatch and even gave a glimpse of what the display could look like, on the same day that shipment of the Apple Watch will begin to those who have pre-ordered it. The South Korean vendor said ...

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    BlackPhone maker Silent Circle taps into new market Edit Post

    Encrypted communications firm Silent Circle is riding an unexpected wave of attention and success following a spate of recent high-profile cyber attacks to have hit the tech industry. In an interview last night in London, CMO Rob Smith (pictured) told Mobile World Live that the growth of the Blackphone maker, whose clients include “30 to 40 per cent of ...
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    Ericsson Q1 hit by spending downturn in North America; currency swings cushion fall Edit Post

    Ericsson continues to find the going tough in North America, its largest market, with Q1 network sales falling an enormous 40 per cent year-on-year – when measured in US dollars – as US operators rein in spending on mobile broadband infrastructure. Favourable exchange rates helped cushion the fall. Reported Q1 network sales in North America fell ...


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    Google unveils Project Fi mobile service Edit Post

    Google has unveiled its much anticipated mobile service in the US, partnering with Sprint and T-Mobile on an initiative called Project Fi that claims to be capable of switching seamlessly between WiFi and LTE technology. As expected, the MVNO service will only be available at launch via Google’s own Nexus 6 Android device using a custom ...