This week's mobile industry news podcast starts with two very different stories from Nokia and Microsoft: one is announcing closures, the other is expanding its manufacturing.
The ongoing reorganisation at Nokia will see another 10,000 people leaving and two factories closing. Meanwhile Microsoft has revealed Surface, a new range of devices that aim to challenge the iPad's dominance of the tablet market. We also find time to talk about roaming tariffs, mobile money, intelligent vending machines and a handful of recent mobile-related acquisitions.
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||More cuts and more reorganisation at Nokia
||'Surface' tablets coming from Microsoft
||New data roaming tariffs from Three and T-Mobile
||Psion is becoming part of Motorola Solutions
||Sponsor's message: 51Degrees.mobi enhancing PHP
||Tesco and Sainsbury's invest in multimedia companies
||Everything Everywhere launches vending machine partnership
||RBS and NatWest customers can now withdraw cash via mobile
||Carphone Warehouse announces annual results
||Vodafone Booster Brolly offers shelter, coverage and charge
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