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News: BBC to overhaul mobile news strategy

The BBC has appointed James Harding, the former Times editor, to revamp its news, mobile and online offerings in an overhaul to the division that will suffer cuts of £80 million over the next 6 years. The organisation has created a new “controller” role for mobile and online content with James Harding at the helm, who will implement so-called […]

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Roundup of the month: 5 things you may have missed

This month has flown by and as usual a lot has happened in the fast-paced mobile industry. Perhaps the biggest and most contentious story has been the very public tussle between the FBI and Apple, concerning access to a locked iPhone used in the San Bernadino terrorist attacks which devastated the US last year. But aside from the big stories dominating the […]

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Top stories from day 1 of Mobile World Congress 2016

Mobile World Congress is now in full swing, with many of the major product announcements and news stories happening on Sunday and Monday. The big name phone companies unveiled new smartphones (and many more mobile devices, accessories, laptops and gadgets, not forgetting mobile network technologies) in what looks like another bumper year of faster and sexier devices. Is […]

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Who will reign at Mobile World Congress?

Each year Mobile World Congress kicks off on the Sunday before the main show starts, with lots of high-profile events where new devices and technologies are revealed. Samsung has traditionally booked large venues at the show to launch their latest products and this year is no exception. Both Samsung and Huawei will be revealing new flagship […]

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News: Wearable Sales to Increase 18.4% in 2016

When I worked at British Telecom’s research division at Martlesham Heath, Suffolk back in 1996, several colleagues were involved in early wearables projects with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Media Lab. Thad Starner, one of most well known wearables researchers at MIT and closely involved with BT, later went on to play a key role in the Google Glass project. Those were the early days […]

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Happy Christmas from Mobile Industry Review: Technology moves in on Christmas Traditions

Happy Christmas! The jolly team over at Intersperience have just furnished us with some very interesting statistics regarding the UK’s experiences with technology and digital devices over the festive season. For many people, Christmas is the time of year when they will receive a new smartphone, tablet or other gadget, and that special day is invariably peppered with the chimes and […]

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The Fairphone 2 modular smartphone launches in Europe

  Fairphone has just become the first company to launch a truly modular smartphone, even beating Google’s own Project Ara to market. Not only that, but it’s made from conflict-free minerals, and is leading the charge in giving workers in the supply chain a fairer deal. The Fairphone 2 is the Dutch firm’s latest device and is set to ship in January. At heart […]

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