Tim Ferguson

Why operators should make the most of what they’ve got

NEW BLOG: With cost savings and increased efficiency remaining as important as ever in the …

BlackBerry looks to follow in F1 champions’ slipstream

NEW BLOG: In 2014 the Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One team finally unleashed the potential …

Yahoo shaping up to be an app heavyweight

NEW BLOG: Yahoo’s acquisition of app analytics and advertising company Flurry this week showed just …

Tizen & Ubuntu: All dressed app but nowhere to go

NEW BLOG: With the dominance of Android and iOS, the prospect of new mobile operating …

Practice what you preach

NEW BLOG: Microsoft’s new CEO Satya Nadella (pictured) certainly said the right things following his …

How mobile could boost Caterham’s race for F1 points

NEW BLOG: The role of technology and the global nature of Formula One (F1) are …

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Evolution the key for messaging app future

Messaging apps are dominating the download and revenue charts at the moment with huge user …

The currency of cooperation

NEW BLOG: There has been a recent trend of large mobile games companies starting to …

Sprint: Spoilt for choice

The $25.5 billion bid for Sprint, tabled by US satellite TV network Dish, was a …

Weathering the storm

The response of the US mobile industry to the aftermath of super storm Sandy highlights the capabilities of operators and the value of putting aside competitive concerns.