Britain’s mobile phone networks fight back on apps

London is to become the centre of a fightback by the world’s biggest mobile phone networks, which together serve more than four billion customers, against the growing power of Apple and Google.The capital will be the location for the headquarters of a new business that will create a single global market for downloadable mobile phone applications, allowing the mobile phone companies to cash in on the growing craze for “apps”.To read this report in The Guardian in full, see:

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