2014: Year in Review – Q4

2014: Year in Review – Q4

he last 12 months have seen some tectonic shifts not least with the disappearance of Phones 4u and Nokia (in handsets) from the mobile landscape and the formation of the new retail superpower we now know as Dixons Carphone. If you were on a long holiday, this is how Q4 panned out

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Delayed BlackBerry Classic now available for pre-order

Delayed BlackBerry Classic now available for pre-order

Device will be available in December, 10 months after it was first unveiled

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First day of trading for retail giant Dixons Carphone

First day of trading for retail giant Dixons Carphone

First day of trading for UK's biggest electronics retailer following £3.8 billion merger completion. Seven Dixons Carphone stores open today - 23 more by end of the year. All UK Dixons stores to eventually c0-brand

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Ingram Micro unveils new ‘brand identity’

Ingram Micro unveils new ‘brand identity’

Ingram Micro unveils new brand strategy as part of wider growth plans 

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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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Daisy hints at further acquisitions at Wired? conference

Daisy hints at further acquisitions at Wired? conference

Group CEO Riley admits it may dip into untouched £200 million banking facility in the right circumstances

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Gamma: Putting B2B dealers back in control

Gamma: Putting B2B dealers back in control

After establishing itself as a major fixed-line player, Gamma Telecom is looking to make its name in mobile. The firm’s head of mobile, Rob Davis, tells Michael Garwood how it plans to go about it

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2013 predictions: Azzurri Comms CTO Rufus Grig

2013 predictions: Azzurri Comms CTO Rufus Grig

Consumers will need help with significant performance issues caused by a surge in wireless traffic, says Grig, while businesses will need to establish how to be the most effective without stretching themselves financially

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2013 predictions: Abzorb MD Mike Walsh

2013 predictions: Abzorb MD Mike Walsh

Walsh sees the mobile operators continuing with an aggressive approach with their own fixed-line products as they also maintain a strategy of cutting dealers that may not deliver quality business

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2013 predictions: Six Degrees Group CEO Alastair Mills

2013 predictions: Six Degrees Group CEO Alastair Mills

Mills says BlackBerry's long-term future will depend on the success experienced by BB10, and that the success of Windows 8 will determine how well Microsoft Surface sells

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