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BlackBerry expands its services by offering more flexibility

BlackBerry expands its services by offering more flexibility

BlackBerry has made a number of announcements during its Investor Day in San Francisco this week.

It’s revealed BES 12, an updated device management solution that now enables businesses to manages apps and content on iOS, Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry devices.

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A week of mobile industry news, from UK 'not spot' coverage proposals to Microsoft's new non-Nokia smartphone

Podcast - 12th November 2014

This week's podcast begins with a heated discussion about the UK government's consultation about improving mobile phone coverage.

Iain, James and Mark then move on to talk about over-the-top voice services, mobile internet usage, patent deals, the UK's next spectrum auction and wearable technology.

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Microsoft announces its first Lumia smartphone without Nokia branding

Microsoft announces its first Lumia smartphone without Nokia branding

...but the Microsoft Lumia 535 may not be destined for the UK

Microsoft has announced a new Windows Phone smartphone that’s the first Lumia device without ‘Nokia’ branding.

The Microsoft Lumia 535, which is available in single SIM and dual SIM versions, is expected to cost just €110 excl. VAT (around £103 incl. VAT) when it goes on sale this month.

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Apple simplifies the process for turning off iMessage if you don't have an iPhone

Apple simplifies the process for turning off iMessage if you don't have an iPhone

Apple has introduced an online process for deregistering from its iMessage service if customers no longer have an iPhone.

Although users can choose to deactivate Apple iMessage from the settings on their iPhone, some people have been unable to switch iMessage off if they’ve removed their SIM card and have adopted a different smartphone platform.

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LG and Google sign a ten-year patent agreement

LG and Google sign a ten-year patent agreement

LG Electronics and Google say they’ve entered into a patent cross-licensing agreement that covers a broad range of existing patents as well as those filed over the next 10 years.

The two companies already work together on a number of products including Android-based smartphones, tablets and smart watches.

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