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By Neha Dharia, consumer analyst at Ovum

Underlining how social messaging services can generate significant revenues, Japanese app Line announced revenues of around €45 million in 2012, €34 million of which came in Q4 alone.

Martin Garner of CCS Insight discusses the analyst firm’s second annual tablet research report, which looks at attitudes and purchasing behaviours of users and non-tablet users.

By Stephen Nash, partner at global law firm Eversheds

Boards of global businesses are under pressure to drive growth, with international deal-making and merger and acquisition activity both important strategic business tools for those in the telecoms sector.

Matt Hooper, CMO of MDS, discusses the managed services trend among telcos and highlights the questions they need to ask.

    

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