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Microsoft ramps up Windows Phone commitment with new partners
"While certainly pragmatic, the Nokia X strategy must have been a hard one for the traditionally proud Microsoft to swallow."
Samsung dominates smartphone-focused market
Worldwide sales of smartphones accounted for 53.6 percent of overall mobile phone sales in 2013, exceeding annual sales of feature phones for the first time.
Samsung dominates smartphone market as Apple smashes iPhone records
Samsung has once again dominated the global smartphone market, accounting for almost one in three of the 980 million devices shipped worldwide during 2013.
Samsung dominates record-breaking smartphone market
"The sheer volume and strong growth attest to the smartphone's continued popularity in 2013."
Telecom and Huawei launch joint innovation programme
Companies sign memorandum of understanding to establish a Joint Innovation Programme which promotes direct collaboration between New Zealand’s largest telco and Huawei’s global R&D network.
Huawei slams "weak" Windows Phone
As Chinese company considers buying Nokia, smartphone manufacturer dismisses Microsoft's Windows Phone platform as "weak."
2degrees secures $165m 4G funding
Telco nails Bank of New Zealand facility to help pay for Huawei's construction of new 4G network - following in the footsteps of rivals Telecom and Vodafone.
GrabOne goes with Apple's new Passbook
Daily deal operator becomes first Kiwi company to have its coupons integrated with Apple’s new iOS6 Passbook.
U.S. issues Huawei phone warning
American companies advised to switch vendors over fears Huawei equipment could encourage spying.
Huawei barred from US emergency network
Commerce Department says Chinese company was blocked due to 'national security concerns'.
Hong Kong’s broadband just got faster
Huawei launches 42 Mb/s dual carrier HSPA+ solution for major telco company, PCCW.