Cutting Room: CES is now a mobile disappointment

Cutting Room: CES is now a mobile disappointment

James Pearce says that despite the lack of mobile launches at CES earlier this month, excitement levels have now being raised ahead of Mobile World Congress in March

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Cutting Room: O2 wants to get its dealer mojo working

Cutting Room: O2 wants to get its dealer mojo working

As O2 announces its decision to scrap its Centre of Excellence programme, Padraig McGarrigle argues that such changes at the top at the networks can only be good news for airtime distributors

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Opinion: Are operators doing enough to keep the UK safe?

Opinion: Are operators doing enough to keep the UK safe?

Facebook took a battering in the press last week after failing to act upon messages posted online ahead of the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby. But what if they had used SMS? 

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Cutting Room: Is Samsung’s global lead under threat?

Cutting Room: Is Samsung’s global lead under threat?

With Samsung reporting a 60 per cent fall in profits for Q3 to £2.4 billion - its lowest for more than three years - James Pearce assesses what has gone wrong and what it must do to maintain its dominant position

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EE changes the channel with its TV offering

EE changes the channel with its TV offering

With the launch of EE TV, James Pearce says the operator has proven it is one step ahead of its rivals in the innovation stakes

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iPhone hysteria drives me round the bend

iPhone hysteria drives me round the bend

With reports that Apple iPhone 6 smartphones are bending, Ian White explains why all the noise made about it is proving to be too much

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Winners and losers in Phones 4u saga

Winners and losers in Phones 4u saga

With Phones 4u entering administration, Paul Withers looks at how the demise of the retailer will affect the industry and its consumers

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Next few months crucial for Phones 4u

Next few months crucial for Phones 4u

Padraig McGarrigle assesses the impact of Vodafone withdrawing sales from Phones 4u, with the results of EE's indirecrt partner review proving crucial for the retailer's future

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Customer service must be EE’s Priority

Customer service must be EE’s Priority

Following further poor results in Ofcom's latest findings, James Pearce backs the operator's new queue jump service to boost its reputation among customers

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Can Samsung keep the pressure on Apple?

Can Samsung keep the pressure on Apple?

Sales and profits were down for Samsung in Q2 and with the imminent arrival of the iPhone 6, Paul Withers looks at whether the Korean manufacturer can maintain its dominant market position

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