Mobile Bytes (21/02/2014)

Mobile Bytes (21/02/2014)

Details of EE’s wide-sweeping retail rollout strategy surface as 17 directly managed stores set to open this year. Full story: Mobile Today

Google unveils phone with a 3D sensor. Full story: Mobile Today

The Communication Workers Union rejects O2 pay offer of 2.35% as it isn’t in line with 2.7% inflation. Full story: Mobile Today

HTC is readying itself to launch variations of smartwatch at MWC as the manufacturer looks to take on Samsung and Sony. Full story: Bloomberg

Nokia reveals its plans to grab 25% of the UK b2b market after progressive growth in Q4 2013. Full story: Mobile Today

Vodafone has committed to stocking the Galaxy S5 and HTC One Two smartphones before they are announced. Full story: The Inquirer

And the operator’s deal to sell its 45% stake back to Verizon has been completed. Full story: Total Telecom

The T-Mobile/BlackBerry feud continues as the operator’s CMO Mike Sievert accuses counterpart John Chen of being anti-choice. Full story: CIO

Regenersis inks major deals with Nokia, Samsung and Telefonica insurance to grab £40 million worth of contracts. Full story: Mobile Today

The Nokia Lumia 520 is the most popular Windows Phone in the UK with 40% of the market. Full story: Mobile Today


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