BlackBerry and Samsung a ‘match made in heaven’

BlackBerry and Samsung a ‘match made in heaven’

“Our relationship has great market pedigree for security and end-to-end control” says BB UK head of enterprise Mike Gibson

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Chess named third best company to work for

Chess named third best company to work for

Alderley Edge-based reseller bags bronze prize on Sunday Times annual list of businesses with less than 3,500 employees

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Apple replaces Samsung as top seller of smartphones worldwide

Apple replaces Samsung as top seller of smartphones worldwide

Gartner figures show that Apple shipped 74 million devices in Q4 2014, replacing Samsung as top seller (73 million devices sold)

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HTC faces “survival” battle if One M9 flops

HTC faces “survival” battle if One M9 flops

Analysts warn failure could be terminal for Taiwanese manufacturer and say it is also big year for Samsung

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Agency Ingram Micro playing import-ant role for resellers

Agency Ingram Micro playing import-ant role for resellers

IMM brings new marketing service for resellers to UK after success in its US home market

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IMM urges resellers to get their heads in the Cloud

IMM urges resellers to get their heads in the Cloud

Ingram Micro Mobility call on resellers to grab share of $206 billion Cloud services market

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O2 looking to lure Virgin MVNO away from EE?

O2 looking to lure Virgin MVNO away from EE?

CEO Ronan Dunne said O2 would be interested in snatching Virgin deal should it decide to leave rival following BT takeover

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Pebble Time becomes most funded Kickstarter ever

Pebble Time becomes most funded Kickstarter ever

Smart watch maker has smashed the $13.3 million record on crowd funding site for two new devices

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Dunne: Hutchison sale won’t distract O2 from “kicking ass” in UK

Dunne: Hutchison sale won’t distract O2 from “kicking ass” in UK

O2’s CEO said momentum won’t slip despite parent company Telefonica’s talks to sell UK division to Three parent Hutch

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EE and O2 slammed over mid-contract price hike

EE and O2 slammed over mid-contract price hike

Operators decision to increase prices by 1.1 per cent in line with RPI comes under fire from uSwitch and Tesco Mobile

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