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For the benighted souls out there who don't come from cricketing nations, a googly is an off break bowled with a leg break action. None the wiser? OK. It's cricket ball bowled as if to break one way that actually breaks in the opposite way - the purpose being to baffle the batsman and get him out - caught or bowled. And that's what Google is attempting to do to mobile operators with its new Android OS strategy, as Martyn Warwick reports. (1)
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Avaya, the enterprise network, telephony, call centre and enterprise unified communications outfit is to go to IPO to raise US$1 billion by selling off 20 per cent of the company. It's yet more evidence that the pump puffing up the second tech bubble is working overtime. Martyn Warwick reports. (0)
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Finnish telecoms equipment manufacturer Nokia has reported its Q4 figures and a real Curate's Egg they are too: good in parts, bad in others, as Martyn Warwick reports. (0)
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They say trouble often comes in threes, and it certainly seems like that's the case for Research in Motion's BlackBerry. Last week the hitherto ubiquitous mobile device of choice for the traveling executive was unceremoniously dumped by Dell and now it looks as though both Bank of America and Citigroup might follow suit. Martyn Warwick reports. (0)
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A new report from research house Gartner says that the world's biggest mobile handset manufacturers are losing market share to small, relatively unknown "white box" companies mainly sited in Asia. Martyn Warwick reports. (0)
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The bankrupt and all but derelict hulk of Nortel Networks should have been consigned to the depths of Lake Ontario years ago but somehow, riddled with rot though it may be, it's still just about afloat, as Martyn Warwick reports. (0)
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Someone has leaked an internal Siemens presentation to the weekly German business magazine Wirtschaftswoche showing that the company is deeply worried that the cost of running and managing the Siemens IT Solutions & Services (SIS) division are so high that they threaten its future existence. Martyn Warwick reports. (0)
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Chinese vendor Huawei is determined to break-into the US market, big time. To help it do so it is relying on the persuasive powers of Matt Bross, the former CTO of BT and on Amerilink, a US lobbying/consultancy company run by former Sprint executives. Martyn Warwick reports. (0)
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Maintaining a time-honoured tradition of the telecoms industry whereby a passed-over second-in-command spits the dummy and stomps off in a huff as soon as a CEO from outside the company is parachuted into the top job, Nokia board member Anssi Vanjoki, who until last Friday, was favourite to be named as the next boss of the Finnish company, is taking his undisputed talents elsewhere. Martyn Warwick reports. (0)
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There was more bad press over the weekend for troubled Nokia. The firing of CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo on Friday in acknowledgment that the both the company's fortune's and popular enthusiasm for it's handsets are on the wane, was followed by the unwelcome news that Google's Android is, by 2014, set to overtake Nokia's Symbian to become the world's most popular smartphone operating system. Martyn Warwick reports. (0)
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Finnish handset maker Nokia has belatedly come to the conclusion that it cannot fight back against its leaner, quicker rivals with its current CEO Olli-Pekka Kallusvuo still in place and so is searching for someone (probably an American) to take over. Martyn Warwick reports. (0)
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What's in a name? Some years ago Lucky Goldstar morphed into LG Telecom and now LG Telecom has transmogrified into LG Uplus, or U+, depending on what press release you read. The company says the new brand is emblematic of the fact that, earlier this year, in merged its mobile, fixed-line and Internet divisions. Martyn Warwick reports. (0)
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Down in the forest something stirs. In his first few days in the job, Anssi Vanjoki, the new head of Mobile Solutions at Finnish handset manufacturer Nokia, posted a hefty blog in which he admits the company has lost its crown in the smartphone market and that it has been relegated to the position of "a challenger". However, he adds that the "fightback starts now". At last reality bites - and not before time. Martyn Warwick reports. (0)
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In the City, in the West End, indeed across all the towns of the UK, shops appear and disappear; bars open, become trendy for a while, stagnate and close; restaurants flower and then wilt like orchids in the snow. It's the way things are and the way things go. However, just about everybody expected Nokia's much ballyhooed "flagship' store on London's Regent Street to last bit longer than a couple of years, as Martyn Warwick reports. (0)
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First Nokia Siemens, that well-known stalking horse, bid a speculative US650 million for Nortel's CDMA and LTE wireless assets. Apparently it did so not in any real expectation of walking off with the spoils at a knock-down price, but to flush-out into the open other, more serious, would-be buyers, writes Martyn Warwick. (0)
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