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Huawei outlines blueprint for kick starting digital services

Partner interview: Mobile World Live spoke with Huawei’s Trevor Cheung (pictured), VP of its strategy and …

MWL Extra: Sundar Pichai, SVP of Products at Google

Exclusive replay of Sundar Pichai’s appearance at Mobile World Congress 2015.

Mobile World Live Facebook Mark Zuckerberg Keynote

MWL Keynote: Facebook 2015

Exclusive replay of Mark Zuckerberg’s keynote appearance at Mobile World Congress 2015.

Sony launches new flagship smartphone

LIVE FROM CES 2013: Sony Mobile launched a new flagship smartphone in Las Vegas today, …

AT&T courts developers with new APIs and digital platforms

LIVE FROM CES 2013: AT&T pitched its LTE network as the premier platform for consumers …

Vivendi mulls “drastic” changes at SFR

French media conglomerate Vivendi has warned of “drastic and structural changes” at its mobile arm, …

LTE infrastructure spend shrugs off EU debt crisis

Spending on LTE infrastructure equipment rose 38 percent in the third quarter of 2011, despite the ongoing European Union sovereign debt crisis

Deutsche Telekom may turn to UK asset sale if AT&T deal fails

Deutsche Telekom may end up selling its share of Everything Everywhere if its proposed US$39 billion deal to sell T-Mobile USA in a merger with AT&T falls through

Telekom Austria forms M2M unit

Telekom Austria is forming a new subsidiary focussed on M2M, TA Group M2M, which will start business in September, reports Dow Jones Newswires.

Observations on the Nigerian mobile payment licenses

Nigeria is without doubt one of the most vibrant and exciting markets that I know. With a huge population, rich in natural resources, a very high growth rate and almost no personal debt, this country is ready to surprise the world with what is possible. And more than any country this is mobile payment paradise. Consider that the country’s finances is well regulated, that many banks are very profitable and sound, yet a large percentage of the population do not have access to financial services. E