Find out what’s been hot in the mobile industry this week – along with the many acquisitions and history’s third biggest corporate deal, Google introduces Android KitKat, and Taio Cruz launches KeWe.
It’s Friday, which means it's time to reveal Mobile Entertainment’s ten most read stories of the week, from Friday, August 30th to Thursday, September 5th.
Within the twists and turns of the roller coaster ride that is the mobile industry this week, Microsoft buys out Nokia’s mobile business for $7.2 billion.
Vodafone returns Verizon’s wireless service in the third biggest deal in history and our sweet tooth has been tempted by Google’s partnership with Nestle to launch its new OS, Android KitKat 4.4.
Check out the run down below.
Microsoft buys Nokia's devices along with its patents and mapping services.
The partnership will focus on the progression of its services and user experience.
History's third largest corporate deal will see the British operator return its share.
Google partner with Nestle to launch the sweet new Android KitKat 4.4 OS.
Includes: 'Europe is not an OEM desert as long as we have Alcatel.'
Amazon offers a free app bundle worth over £20 to celebrate its first UK birthday
From a $200 snow globe to the app reserved for millionaires
The platform gathers the best bits from Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp in one place
Stateside integration comes following a UK debut almost two months ago.
Phablets answer for 30 per cent of the countries total market.