NTT buys E-shelter data centre provider

European digital storage competition intensifies

Microsoft and Sony in smartphone drive

Companies aim to build market share with lower-cost devices

Google misses a trick with latest ‘Glass’

There is little surprising about proposed Googleplex’s retro-futurism

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Chipmaker NXP to buy Freescale

Dutch group to pay $11bn for US rival

Google to launch US mobile network

Tech group acts in response to frustration over internet speeds

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NXP/Freescale: tandem cycle

Owning a cyclical company with a debt ratio above three is a bet the cycle is not about to turn

Anthem was warned about hacking weakness

US agency audited health insurer 2 years before cyber attack

Dealmaking saga over GFI nears conclusion

Shareholders vote down deal with CME to support BGC

Samsung: firestorm

Electronics group is making some smarter moves

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Future of games is on smaller screens

Consoles are being supplanted by mobile devices

Privacy woes colour smartphone’s success

Lawmakers scrutinise data collection on mobiles

‘Year of progress’ for payment systems

Apple Pay is shaking up the market, but others are vying for attention in the same space

Spectrum shortage fears drive bid frenzy

While US telcos race to buy more airwaves, others have taken a different approach

Telcos seek to redefine their role

Competition from the likes of Google and Apple disrupts traditional models

Venture capitalists bet on mobile start-ups

High valuations have attracted investors

SMEs risk falling behind digital curve

Businesses that exploit mobile best grow faster than their rivals

Wider benefits of emerging market apps

Demand for intuitive and easy-to-use products

Artificial intelligence and the fridge

Why milk-buying robots could mark the end of the world as we know it

Will streaming save the music industry?

Takeup of services will not replace lost revenues just yet

Samsung launches latest Galaxy smartphone

South Korean group faces increasing threat from Apple’s iPhones

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