LG a late arrival in the flagship stakes

LG a late arrival in the flagship stakes

The LG G3 has been released after a number of hero products from rivals. Paul Withers explains why this, along with a declining smartphone market and likely aggressive pushes from Apple and Samsung, will see it fall short of its market share target this year

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Chess looks for more pawns after Avenir

Chess looks for more pawns after Avenir

The acquisition Avenir's UK airtime business makes perfect sense, but as Pádraig McGarrigle explains, Chess is already eyeing its next move

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Samsung picks up the tablet baton

Samsung picks up the tablet baton

Paul Withers says the imminent release of the Galaxy Tab S has put the manufacturer in a position to challenge Apple for tablet supremacy

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Amazon’s Fire may be a damp squib

Amazon’s Fire may be a damp squib

Padraig McGarrigle questions the inclusion of 3D on the Amazon Fire Phone, saying the company should have focused on making a top phone that was cheaper than the iPhone and Galaxy S series

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Nokia-Microsoft duo starting to pay off

Nokia-Microsoft duo starting to pay off

After a challenging couple of years, Paul Withers thinks Nokia is well placed to become the number one player in the enterprise market within the next year, especially with the power of Microsoft now firmly behind it

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EE needs to show it cares for its dealers

EE needs to show it cares for its dealers

EE may be close to rectifying its commission issues – but emotions from its (at the time of writing) out-of-pocket partners are running high

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The nightmare of the next big thing

The nightmare of the next big thing

The mobile market can be a cut-throat business. Just ask Samsung  mobile design leader Chang Dong-hoon who after being praised to the ground for the record breaking Galaxy S4, was seemingly disposed of after lukewarm sales of the S5 and criticism of its design

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Cutting Room: EE scores with a Wembley experience

Cutting Room: EE scores with a Wembley experience

You can't miss the operator's branding in and around the national stadium. Paul Withers argues that with hundreds of thousands visiting the venue this year, EE has pulled off a masterstroke

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Cutting Room: Operators have to innovate to survive

Cutting Room: Operators have to innovate to survive

With Three becoming the first network to make calls to 0800 numbers free, Paul Withers argues the networks must come up with additional services to stop revenues declining further

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Cutting Room: Record MWC sets Samsung challenge

Cutting Room: Record MWC sets Samsung challenge

Samsung stole the headlines by unveiling the Galaxy S5 but with a number of other device launches at the show, competition promises to be just as fierce as ever this year

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