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Ian Fogg | February 25, 2017
TCL launches the first BlackBerry smartphone, the flagship KEYone, since it secured a brand license from BlackBerry the company. The new BlackBerry portfolio has a chance of success, because few companies now offer BlackBerry-style design and features, and the productivity-focused smartphone segment is underserved. But TCL must be careful not to price itself out of its target segment.
Orpheas Tapanlis | February 24, 2017
Amobee, the advertising technology arm of Singapore’s telco giant Singtel, is acquiring Turn for a reported $310m. Turn is a Demand Side Platform (DSP) and Data Management Platform (DMP) with 15 offices in Europe, APAC and the Americas. The company is headquartered in California. Since its launch in 2006 Turn has raised $160m in funding with half of it secured in 2014. Amobee itself was an early Singtel acquisition dating back to 2012, fetching a sale price of $321m.

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  • Icon Vice President, Semiconductors, IT & Networking
    Francis Sideco is the research leader for the IHS Semiconductor, IT and Networking group which includes research teams focused on the Internet of Things, Mobile Electronics, Consumer Electronics, Automotive Electronics, Memory, Sensors & Core Semiconductors, Enterprise & Service Provider Networking, Connectivity, Data Centers and Compute Platforms.
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    As senior director and head of the IHS mobile and telecoms team, Ian Fogg directs research, consulting, analysis, and forecasting of the mobile and telecoms market.
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    Jack Kent is a director in the IHS mobile team covering all forms of mobile content with a focus on mobile applications, games, music and social networks.

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