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Revenue up but BlackBerry reveals a loss in its quarterly results

Research In Motion, which will officially be called Blackberry after next month’s AGM, has announced results for the first quarter of its current financial year.

The figures, which cover the period until 1st June 2013, showed a net loss of $84 million; a dramatic drop from the previous quarter’s $98 million profit.

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Eleven more UK towns get EE 4G coverage

The town-by-town and city-by-city rollout of UK 4G coverage continues with EE announcing the latest batch of communities to benefit from faster mobile connections.

Aldershot, Basildon, Basingstoke, Bracknell, Hitchin, Horsham, Leatherhead, Letchworth, Stevenage, Warrington and Weston-super-Mare are the latest places on its list.

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Mobile Monday London: Mobile, Maps & Geolocation (part 2)

Podcast - 28th June 2013

This is part 2 of Mobile, Maps & Geolocation - so much more than "Where am I?"

It's a Mobile Monday London panel discussion with Gary Gale, Christopher Osborne, Jeni Tennison, Ian Holt and Harry Wood. Part 1 is available as a separate podcast.

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Mobile Monday London: Mobile, Maps & Geolocation (part 1)

Podcast - 28th June 2013

This week's Mobile Monday London event featured a panel discussion about the opportunities for mobile-based geolocation and mapping. The event was supported by UK mapping agency Ordnance Survey.

In this podcast you'll hear the first part of the evening's discussion plus interviews with Nokia's Gary Gale, who chaired the panel, and Ian Holt from Ordnance Survey. Part 2 is available as a separate podcast.

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Amazon brings 'AutoRip' music service to the UK

MP3 versions of CDs and vinyl albums uploaded to cloud service

Amazon has introduced its AutoRip service to the UK today, having previously launched the service in the USA.

Customers who’ve bought eligible CD, vinyl and tape cassette albums from Amazon.co.uk since 1999 will automatically have MP3 versions added to their Amazon Cloud Player account. Future purchases from participating music companies will also be uploaded.

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