Rivals raise the heat in Brazil telecoms

Oi eyes Telecom Italia’s $8bn stake in Tim Brasil

Portrait of Stéphane Bohbot, a 40 year-old sound ingenier who created Innov8 company and recently opened the LICK shops selling "connected items" only. Photo taken in the shop of La Défense, at les 4 temps commercial center. Magali Delporte© for one use in the Financial Times.
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France’s well-connected retailer

Stéphane Bohbot’s Lick stores sell gadgets linked to smartphones

Xiaomi draws ire of China state TV station

CCTV criticises Chinese smartphone maker over quality of chargers

Gloves are off for Sprint and T-Mobile US

Customers bombarded with aggressive offers

One Stop stores to launch beacon service

Customers will be sent offers of discounts to their smartphones

Bank Rakyat Indonesia's mobile branch serves customers in Gempol, West Java

Indonesia microcredit hits the road

In West Java ‘mobile banking’ means a van or boat

BT joins rivals by increasing prices

Pressure grows on households over cost of living

Vodafone to buy stake in Hellas Online

Acquisition aimed at boosting telecoms group’s internet services

ICO raids Welsh call-centre for text spam

Investigation part of wider crackdown on nuisance messages

Head of Nokia’s mapping unit steps down

Halbherr’s departure raises questions of Here’s direction

US may be a gamble too far for SoftBank

Japanese entrepreneur faces tough American telecoms challenge

Apple: why so tasty?

Share price rally could be about cash, the next iPhone – or nothing at all

Apple shares close at record high

Telenor uncovers child labour in Myanmar

Spot inspections reveal issues in building frontier economy

Brazilian telecoms: crowded line

Telecom Italia will need creativity to win Global Village Telecom

Singapore state funds blaze ecommerce trail

EE attacked over queue-jumping charge

Mobile network operator says service is still under review

BT and Sky kick off fresh round of rivalry

Big telecoms groups already eyeing Premier League crown

Apple admits storing user data in China

US group denies move compromises privacy

Orange looks to cut costs in Europe

French telecoms group gauges interest in sale of 9,400 towers


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