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Nokia still world's largest mobile phone manufacturer, with Apple in hot pursuit

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Nokia is still the "undisputed leader of total mobile phone shipments," according to Q4 2011 and yearly figures released by the International Data Corporation (IDC) and Strategy Analytics. While shipments in Q4 were down by about 10 million units year-on-year, a decrease of 8.2 percent, the Finnish manufacturer managed...
Nokia still world's largest mobile phone manufacturer, with Apple in hot pursuit

Nokia launches its Music+ subscription service on Windows 8 and Windows RT

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Nokia has launched its music streaming service Nokia Music as an app for Windows 8 and Windows RT devices today, giving desktop PC, laptop and tablet owners a new way to listen to an almost unlimited amount of albums and singles. Nokia Music is a service that until now, has been...
Nokia launches its Music+ subscription service on Windows 8 and Windows RT

Google Hints At Phone With Long Battery Life, Wireless Charging, And An Unbreakable Case

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Google really wants you to know that as early as spring of 2013, something big is coming from Motorola, the mobile phone manufacturer Google acquired in May 2012. And while Google executives didn't mention it in today's earnings call, that thing is very likely to be the Google "X Phone," a mobile device...
Google Hints At Phone With Long Battery Life, Wireless Charging, And An Unbreakable Case

Apple Passes LG to Become World's Third Largest Mobile Phone Manufacturer

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Research firm IDC today released its estimates of global mobile phone sales for the fourth quarter of and full-year 2011, finding Apple moving past LG to claim third place in the rankings for the first time. Apple was rapidly closing on LG by mid-2010, but fell back into fifth place...
Apple Passes LG to Become World's Third Largest Mobile Phone Manufacturer
Eyetease extends the "connectivity as advertisement" mentality to London cabs

Foxconn International shares fall

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Shares of Foxconn International Holdings, the world biggest contract mobile phone manufacturer, slump more than 8% after a dismal earnings report....
Foxconn International shares fall

Samsung overtakes Nokia - and possibly outsells Apple's iPhone

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Some analysts reckon that it sold more smartphones – 44.5m – in the first three months of the year than Apple's 35.1m for its iPhoneSamsung appears to have become the world's largest mobile phone manufacturer, passing Finland's Nokia, top since 1998, as Samsung Electronics reported record first-quarter results.Though the company...
Samsung overtakes Nokia - and possibly outsells Apple's iPhone

Nokia's survival in question after 10,000 more job are cut

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• Analysts foresee possible acquisition by Microsoft• Company's last factory in Finland to closeNokia's future as an independent company is hanging in the balance and Microsoft could be forced to rescue the business if chief executive Stephen Elop cannot resuscitate the group's smartphone business by the end of the year,...
Nokia's survival in question after 10,000 more job are cut

Facebook is working with HTC on a mobile phone for 2013 release, reports Bloomberg

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According to a reporter at Bloomberg, Facebook is working with mobile phone manufacturer HTC on a device that would be released mid-2013. RT @JonErlichman: .@BloombergNews – Facebook is said to work with HTC on mobile phone for mid-2013 — Bloomberg TV(@BloombergTV) July 25, 2012 While rumors of a “Facebook Phone”...
Facebook is working with HTC on a mobile phone for 2013 release, reports Bloomberg

Nokia factory in India raided over unpaid $542M tax bill

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A factory in India that makes Nokia phones has been raided by tax authorities, according to reports. The Finnish mobile phone manufacturer's factory in Chennai was raided by 20 officials, with authorities claiming that taxes amounting to 3000 Crore INR ($542 million) have not been paid by the company to...
Nokia factory in India raided over unpaid $542M tax bill

Why buy an iPhone 5? Because you're caught in Apple's world | Benjamin Cohen

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The iPhone 5 is far from revolutionary, but millions of people have realised they're now committed to Apple's ecosystemA few days after I left my job as the technology correspondent for Channel 4 News, I spent time advising a major mobile phone manufacturer. The collection of marketing executives I sat...
Why buy an iPhone 5? Because you're caught in Apple's world | Benjamin Cohen
Chinese company pre-patents iPhone 5 clone

Report shows that Nokia leads smartphone sales in the Middle East

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Despite the fact that Nokia ended 2011 on a very low note worldwide, posting a $1.4 billion loss in the fourth quarter, a recent report shows that it happens to be the top selling smartphone manufacturer in the Middle East. Gulf News reports that a study from Gartner, analyzing last year’s mobile...
Report shows that Nokia leads smartphone sales in the Middle East

Breaking down Apple's $1 billion courtroom victory over Samsung

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With a 20-page verdict form and 100 pages of instructions to explain it, many figured it would take longer for the jury to render a decision. But, the tech trial of the century has concluded, with Apple scoring a not-quite-flawless victory over its rival Samsung. While the company didn't...
Breaking down Apple's $1 billion courtroom victory over Samsung
Nokia's continuing strategy: Push deep into the cheap

China's Huawei and ZTE pose national security threat, says US committee

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Draft report says telecoms giants should be shut out of US market due to Chinese government influence on their operationsAmerican companies and its government should avoid doing business with China's two leading technology firms, Huawei and ZTE, because they pose a national security threat to the US, the House of...
China's Huawei and ZTE pose national security threat, says US committee
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