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BT's move to buy mobile operator EE is expected to put the former state-owned telecoms giant back in pole position as fixed line and mobile services converge, forcing rivals such as Vodafone to make costly moves of their own to keep up.
It's Saturday night at a busy pub in north London, and the crowd is packed around the bar cheering and shouting at a large screen.
A virtual reality film which guides the viewer through the daily life of a young girl in a Syrian refugee camp aims to engage the public with the plight of some of the world's most vulnerable people, according to its co-creator.
Local TV stations are plugging one of the last major holes in mobile video: streaming their news to phones and tablets.
On a bright Sunday afternoon in central London, in a low-lit converted wing of a shopping-mall cinema, hundreds of fans cheer as two teams of 20-somethings riddle each other with bullets during a big-screen game for a US$25,000 (RM90,690) reward.
Players greeted like rock stars, cheering fans and a spectacular set; the Zenith concert hall in Paris was transformed into a giant play room this weekend for a global tournament devoted to the blockbuster Call of Duty videogame.