‘4G can change the way we live and do business’

‘4G can change the way we live and do business’

In a special guest article, O2 business director Ben Dowd explains the opportunities 4G brings and how it can dramatically change our lives

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HTC needs new brand awareness campaign to work

HTC needs new brand awareness campaign to work

The manufacturer has admitted an internal review has turned up painful results and although its new marketing campaign looks impressive with the recruitment of Robert Downey Jr, Michael Garwood says it can't afford to make any more mistakes

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‘Pleasing’ Apple results mark issues beneath surface

‘Pleasing’ Apple results mark issues beneath surface

Samantha Tomaszczyk argues that while Apple's latest financial results appear to be positive, there are three signs that the Apple may be rotting

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Smartphones lacking innovation? Watch this space

Smartphones lacking innovation? Watch this space

Manufacturer's are fighting it out to be different but as Samantha Tomaszczyk says, the biggest opportunity could lie in something that has been considered separate to mobile

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Crunch time for Apple as innovative edge seems lost

Crunch time for Apple as innovative edge seems lost

Despite the unveiling of its iOS 7 software, Apple is lagging behind its rivals when it comes to innovation, as Paul Withers explains

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HTC’s ‘comeback’ year not going to plan

HTC’s ‘comeback’ year not going to plan

The HTC One was popular on release, but a raft of senior departures and a former executive advising people to leave has cast yet another dark cloud over the firm, as Paul Withers explains

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No Home for the HTC First anywhere, it appears

No Home for the HTC First anywhere, it appears

With the release of the 'Facebook Phone' postponed, Chris Donkin reckons the social networking site should stick to what it does best

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Shareholder mutiny at Nokia not very fair on Elop

Shareholder mutiny at Nokia not very fair on Elop

Investors aren’t happy with Nokia’s performance and want a change of direction, but Paul Withers argues the criticism is slightly harsh

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Cutting Room: Public still unclear on all 4G benefits

Cutting Room: Public still unclear on all 4G benefits

While EE should be applauded for claiming speed is all important within 4G, Michael Garwood argues not enough has been done to emphasise this advantage

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After testing times, could this be BlackBerry’s year?

After testing times, could this be BlackBerry’s year?

The manufacturer has encountered a barren spell of late but according to Paul Withers, positive financial results and sales figures show a turnaround may be on the cards in 2013

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