Dan's getting forgetful and Sharif is squeezing in mini holidays between cloud banks, but Matt champions the concept of news, so off we go. There's the often turbulent tale of Virgin Media and Sky, and yet they've managed to extend a truce that will continue to benefit customers, while still earning the companies a pretty penny. Another smart business move that's giving customers a treat is npower's deal to fold in Nest thermostats and installation along with its utility service. The lads then dive deep into the mobile situation with Motorola's Moto E, HTC's ungainly named One Mini 2 and a retail merger/mashup. So, please join us for this week's Doo Da Eurocast and a healthy helping of tech for hungry minds. Belly up, it's chow time.

Hosts: Dan Cooper, Sharif Sakr, Matt Brian

Producer: Jon Turi

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01:40 - Virgin Media to soon offer access to Sky Sports and Movies on mobile
07:52 - Nest strikes deal with npower to offer its smart thermostat for just £99
09:03 - HTC's One Mini 2 is an awkwardly named, cut-down version of the excellent One M8
15:47 - Motorola launches the $129 Moto E, a durable and affordable Android smartphone
23:52 - Dixons and Carphone Warehouse merge to form Dixons Carphone

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