Brightstar appoints Jaymin B. Patel as president and CEO

Brightstar appoints Jaymin B. Patel as president and CEO

He joins from global gaming and lottery company GTECH and succeeds Marcelo Claure, who left to become CEO of Sprint Communications in August

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Mobile providers capex reached $214 billion globally in 2014

Mobile providers capex reached $214 billion globally in 2014

Research from Ovum predicts communication companies will spend $2 trillion on capital expenditure between 2014-2019

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Two charged over alleged robbery at UTL site

Two charged over alleged robbery at UTL site

Two men appear in court following incident at UTL recycling site in Leicestershire

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IFA: CAT Phones announce new S50 rugged 4G smartphone

IFA: CAT Phones announce new S50 rugged 4G smartphone

New 4G handset aimed at outdoor workers and sports enthusiasts

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EU introduces new caps to halve mobile data roaming costs

EU introduces new caps to halve mobile data roaming costs

Internet activity now costs 16p per megabyte, with the cost of making calls falling 21 per cent to and sending a text by 25 per cent to 5p per message

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Mozilla CEO steps down amid gay marriage controversy

Mozilla CEO steps down amid gay marriage controversy

Brendan Eich lasts just two weeks in job after it emerged he donated to Californian anti-gay marriage campaign

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Latest standings in 2014 Mobile News Personality of the Year poll

Latest standings in 2014 Mobile News Personality of the Year poll

Surge in votes see's Lyca Mobile chief Subaskaran Allirajah leaps from 20th to second as battle for the top 10 intensifies

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AT&T rules out bid for Vodafone

AT&T rules out bid for Vodafone

The American operator has ended months of speculation that it will buy Vodafone, with CEO Randall Stephenson confirming it “does not intend to make an offer”

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BlackBerry to supply Peugeot Citroën with 10,000 smartphones

BlackBerry to supply Peugeot Citroën with 10,000 smartphones

The car manufacturer will deploy the devices across its offices in France and Spain

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Global annual SMS revenues to decline by £14.5 billion by 2018

Global annual SMS revenues to decline by £14.5 billion by 2018

The rise of over-the-top messaging applications is behind the drop in SMS revenues, which will be largest in Asia Pacific and Italy

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