BlackBerry unveils touchscreen smartphone

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Handset release is first of four planned for this year

Dubai to build major post-crash project

Vote of confidence in financial centre despite competition from Abu Dhabi

India telecoms auction set to raise $13bn

Stakes high for operators in 3G sale that could be country’s costliest

Telecoms groups back ‘mobile identity

Move to cement mobile phone as the centre of digital life

Google to launch US mobile network

Tech group acts in response to frustration over internet speeds

Orange/Telecom Italia: wrong number

It’s hard to envision enough cost cuts to justify a deal

Vivendi shares tumble after Altice deal

Anger over decision to accept €3.9bn offer for Numericable-SFR

Profile: Fridman — from rugs to riches

Alfa chairman walks tightrope as the oligarch who escaped sanctions

Illustration for Connected Business March 2015 by Oivind Hovland
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Telcos seek to redefine their role

Competition from the likes of Google and Apple disrupts traditional models

Orange eyes tie-up with Telecom Italia

Chief Richard talks of ‘attractive’ consolidation opportunity

HTC to launch virtual reality headset

Smartphone maker partners with Valve Software

Vivendi exits telecoms in €3.9bn deal

French group accepts Altice offer for Numericable-SFR stake

Small-cap Week, February 28

Tungsten Corporation, Bowleven, Coms and Intelligent Energy featured

Deutsche Telekom pledges higher dividends

Group’s optimism adds to signs the sector in Europe is turning a corner

Telefónica promises return to growth

Spanish telecoms group plans to focus on more profitable markets

Bouygues profits slide as pressure grows

Chief executive targeting return to growth for divisions in 2016

Altice on hunt for bigger acquisitions

Cable and mobile group to press ahead with rapid expansion

Altice’s savvy ‘playbook’ fuels growth

Aggressive acquisitions and use of leverage carve out niche

Comcast chief warns on new internet rules

Internet provider presses on with planned $45bn purchase of TWC

Telecoms executives turn on Dish’s Ergen

Purchase of US wireless spectrum draws ire

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