Last week, Orange UK closed its online shop, online customer service and online account management, moving them all to the EE web site.
You might say the future is starting to look less bright for the Orange brand in the UK.
Nokia has issued a statement about its mobile phone deal with Microsoft, which was first revealed seven months ago in September 2013.
It says the €5.44 billion sale is expected to be completed on 25th April 2014.
The number of active mobile broadband devices is expected to reach 34 million by the end of 2015, according to a new report from The NPD Group.
That’s almost a 50% increase from 2013.
Lawrence Lundy of Frost & Sullivan writes:
While the Galaxy S5 is an evolutionary product, there is not enough in there to make people upgrade from the 4. It doesn't push the envelope in any real way; we are in a sort of stasis now when it comes to smartphone innovation.
Podcast - 18th April 2014
When the topics of mobile technology and security are discussed, the conversation can end up focussing on third-party software solutions.
Inside Secure has a different perspective. It's a specialist in embedded security; building protection in from the start. To learn more, Mark Bridge caught up with Loic Hamon, Vice President of Corporate Development at Inside Secure, at the company's hospitality suite during Mobile World Congress.