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Sony says don’t forget about us

Sony has reported positive first quarter at 15% year-on-year growth, with the majority of business units pitching in to the party.

BT’s dodgy Italian accountants cost another £225mn

It certainly has been a busy quarter for BT. It’s secured the Champions League TV rights, forked out a large chunk of change to Orange and Deutsche Telekom and finally merged EE and the BT consumer unit.

SK Telecom boasts of broadband wins

SK Telecom has reported year-on-year quarterly increases of 1.8% and 3.9% for revenue and operating income, respectively, in what has turned out to be a relatively solid quarter.

Orange uses silver screen to create USP

Every operator needs a USP to make itself prominent. In the UK, BT has sport. In the US, Verizon has dated media brands. Over in France, Orange seems to be making a play for the silver screen.

Vodafone stays hands-off on hate speech issue

Vodafone has weighed into the fake news and hate speech saga by redefining its existing policy on advertising transparency and integrity, while at the same time hedging its position.

DT flirts with net neutrality controversy

Deutsche Telekom has begun flirting with net neutrality controversy, as the telco giant unleashes a number of zero-rating offers for customers in Germany.

Who might be in line to buy SoundCloud?

Audio self-publishing service SoundCloud is at the centre of a rumour frenzy after reports surfaced that it has been struggling to raise the $100 million it needs to survive.

Europe gives thumbs up to OTT portability

The European Commission (hereafter known as the Gaggle of Red-tapers) is quietly threatening to prove it actually does some work after its most recent announcement opening up OTT services throughout Europe.

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