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Orange Digital creates new website for Orange UK

Orange Digital, a France Telecom/Orange subsidiary set up earlier this year, has created a new homepage for the Orange.co.uk website.

It's the first major project to be designed, developed and delivered for Everything Everywhere by Orange Digital.

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Mobile payment growth slower than expected, says report

The number of mobile payment users around the world will exceed 141.1 million this year, a 38% increase from 2010, according to new research from Gartner. In addition, the total volume of worldwide mobile payments is forecast to exceed $86 billion, up more than 75% from last year's figure.

Despite these projected increases, Gartner doesn't think the mobile payment market is growing as quickly as expected.

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Podcasts from The Fonecast: the best-kept secret of the UK mobile phone industry

Welcome to The Fonecast. We reckon we're the UK mobile phone industry's best-kept secret.

If this is the first time you’ve heard of us, we're podcasters and news reporters. Every Wednesday we produce a podcast - an online radio show - that brings you up to speed with everything that's been happening in the mobile business. And every Friday we take a closer look at a specific news story, a company, a product or a mobile trend.

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RIM acquires video editing service JayCut

Online video editing service JayCut has become part of Research In Motion.

In a blog post, JayCut CEO Jonas Hombert said "After spending time with RIM's CEO Mike Lazaridis as well as the founders of The Astonishing Tribe, an amazing group of creative individuals that was acquired by RIM in January, I could see that we would fit in well with them."

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This week at The Fonecast: 23rd July 2011

Mark Bridge writes:

We've had a week packed with financial figures. Microsoft, Vodafone and Qualcomm were all relatively upbeat with their quarterly results. A 'thrilled' Apple shipped over 20 million iPhones in yet another record quarter, while Nokia shipped less than 17 million smartphones (and almost 72 million other mobile phones) in its 'disappointing' quarter.

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