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I was terrifically disappointed to have been unable to make it to BlackBerry Live in Orlando recently. The Telegraph is today reporting that roaming fees (for voice, text and data) will be abolished by the end of next year if not earlier. How are you getting on with Vodafone? It’s subjective, I know, but I’m having real trouble with the company’s network capabilities. When Techcrunch is publishing this type of analysis, you can easily discern that — despite the billions in revenue — there’s something rotten in the State of Denmark HQ at Cupertino. I watched all of it. I stuck through it. I did skip some bits where I just couldn’t handle the stupid whooping. Long term readers who’ve stuck with me through the thick and thin (hello!) will know that photo sharing is a real problem I’ve been examining for years. 3plet want to turn albums into apps. Their tool packages an artist’s music into full, interactive experiences that can be downloaded from popular app stores onto smartphones. Papirus.net is a collaboration tool and mobile apps for teams that aims to move ‘high intensity’ communications, documents and approval workflow out of your email. Wheely is a mobile and web-based cab booking service. It currently operates in Moscow with a fleet of black Mercedes cars and - after a trial in London in 2012 - is due to re-launch there in mid-June, offering lower costs, hybrid cars and free 4G-powered WiFi. SimplyCeph is a mobile and web-based service to manage patient records and design orthodontic treatments using an iPad to manipulate 3D models of patients' mouths.