Underwriting the latest smartphones no longer makes sense in mature markets
European operators look to cut smartphone subsidies to preserve data gains
Vodafone hitting the ‘sweet spot’ on data pricing but acquisition/retention costs still hurting bottom line
Vive la difference
While the specifications of smartphones continue to spiral onward and upward, the lack of diversity in form factors continues.
A refreshed Nokia returns to Barcelona a year on from its Windows Phone bombshell
RIM: The numbers game
Last week, I had the pleasure of spending some time at RIM’s BlackBerry DevCon Europe …
PlayBook’s January sale reveals the secret to competing with Apple
The iPad continues to dominate the tablet market, but that could change in 2012.
Winds from the East
The news that Panasonic is planning to launch smartphones in Europe, as part of a plan to build a device business outside of Japan, led to a case of deja-vu.
Can Sony fly solo without Ericsson?
The Ericsson name is synonymous with mobile phones to many consumers, so it will be interesting to see how Sony fares without it.
HTC feels the heat
An alarming Q4 sales warning from the Taiwanese vendor means its boom years could be over.
Smartphones spark mobile Internet boom in Vietnam
Almost a third of Vietnamese mobile users migrated to smartphones; fuelled by cheap Android models
Mobile Mix: Turkeys, sleepless nights and a load of 5G
Mobile Mix: Battle of the Brands
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