The UK's mobile phone market is near saturation point, and big hitters Apple and Samsung face cutthroat competition as Chinese manufacturers muscle in with low prices and good service, says Charles Arthur
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Rumoured to be launching later this year, the Silicon Valley giant's headset is exciting early-adopters, but what about the rest of us? Will it compromise our privacy? What will happen to the data it collects? And, more importantly, does it look a bit lame?
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