Ex Caudwell man jailed 24 years for wife’s murder

Ex Caudwell man jailed 24 years for wife’s murder

Ex Caudwell sales manager faces 24 years in Turkish prison for killing his sex change wife

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Vodafone sets out lead and realities of new UC market

Vodafone sets out lead and realities of new UC market

Parallel distribution channels have “no god-given right” to sell mobile-centric unified communications, says Vodafone

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Cutting Room: Making sense of 20:20 Ireland

Cutting Room: Making sense of 20:20 Ireland

20:20 Mobile's shared ownership with Vodafone Ireland of 20:20 Mobile Ireland looked like a licence to print money. Why then was it so eager to sell?

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Cutting Room: Vodafone and O2 in B2B power match

Cutting Room: Vodafone and O2 in B2B power match

The mobile industry is moving to embrace unified comms and 'cloud' computing in 2011, and operators Vodafone, O2 and Orange are putting stakes in the ground

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2011? Give us a Clue…

2011? Give us a Clue…

Mobile News polled 73 industry leaders for their views on the year ahead. The result is a sector fighting to renew itself, putting its entire focus on smartphones and data to arrest a decline in traditional revenues

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2011 predictions: Fonehouse MD Clive Bayley

2011 predictions: Fonehouse MD Clive Bayley

Fonehouse managing director Clive Bayley on the year ahead for the dealer market, and the complexities and pitfalls that await it

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2011 predictions: Daisy Distribution MD Dave McGinn

2011 predictions: Daisy Distribution MD Dave McGinn

Daisy Distribution managing director Dave McGinn on the year ahead for airtime distribution and unified communications

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Cutting Room: Orange must pull its socks up in SME

Cutting Room: Orange must pull its socks up in SME

Orange's new FMC product Pocket Landline is a slight return, and it must do more to catch up with O2 and Vodafone in the business market

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Sharp End: BlackBerry snaps up The Astonishing Tribe

Sharp End: BlackBerry snaps up The Astonishing Tribe

BlackBerry's purchase of The Astonishing Tribe (TAT) is massive for the Canadian phone market, reckons dealer Jez Harris, and might just enable it to update its old UI and compete better with Apple, Android and now Windows

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Daisy Group’s £27m purchase of SpiriTel

Daisy Group’s £27m purchase of SpiriTel

Daisy Group’s biggest purchase to date sees absorption of major accounts and 40,000 O2 lines

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