All at the show: hearing aids to gadgets for pets

All at the show: hearing aids to gadgets for pets

A ‘dog activity monitor’ that combines wireless technology and a mobile phone app, allowing animal lovers to keep tabs on their pet’s movements, was one of the more unusual devices on display

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Wearable tech starting to connect with the market

Wearable tech starting to connect with the market

Wearable technology is on the rise. Be it smarwatches, glasses, fitness trackers or health monitors – the market is fast filling with new and exciting products, which 10 years ago we'd never have thought possible

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PowaTag claims it will transform the retail environment

PowaTag claims it will transform the retail environment

PowaTag app allows users to purchase products in a variety of ways in just two clicks

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UK mobile firms ready to take on the world

UK mobile firms ready to take on the world

UK Trade and Investment’s annual Dragon’s Den-style event to help put home-grown firms on the map

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Battle for 2014 Mobile News Personality shortlist intensifies

Battle for 2014 Mobile News Personality shortlist intensifies

Voting for the 2014 Mobile News Personality of the Year Award continues to gather pace as Lycamobile chief Subaskaran Allirajah retakes top-spot after surge in overnight votes.

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Lebara chief heads Industry Personality of the Year shortlist

Lebara chief heads Industry Personality of the Year shortlist

250 votes in just a single day sends Ratheesh Yoganathan to the top of our 30 strong Mobile News Awards Personality of the Year shortlist

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The city with 20,000 smart servants

The city with 20,000 smart servants

Telefonica is taking mobile connectivity to a new level by automating the streets of Santander. Samantha Tomaszczyk reports on a new connectivity technology

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‘Stop the phone calls that kill’

‘Stop the phone calls that kill’

Road safety charity Brake wants ALL in-car mobile use banned. What does the channel think?

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Analysts react to proposed BlackBerry sale

Analysts react to proposed BlackBerry sale

“The beginning of the end for BlackBerry” – Industry analysts offer their views on BlackBerry’s proposed $4.7 billion (£3 billion) sales to Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited

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Putting NFC to the test

Putting NFC to the test

Reporter Samantha Tomaszczyk heads to the ‘homeland’ of contactless near field communication (NFC) payments, the Slovakian capital of Bratislava, to check out the technology

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