The boss of Dixons, who today announced a multi-billion pound merger with Carphone Warehouse, said their vision for the future was a mobile handset that was a remote control "at the centre of our lives."
Dixons and Carphone Warehouse to merge and create "leader in European consumer electricals, mobiles, connectivity and related services."
Dixons' vision of future sees mobile handset as a remote control at centre of our lives. Boss says "sounds ridiculous but it will happen!"
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