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Gartner: worldwide mobile phone sales dipped 2.3 percent while users wait for next iPhone

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Gartner is reporting that worldwide mobile phone sales this quarter dropped 2.3 percent as buyers postponed upgrades and held out for the next big thing. Of the 419 million units sold in the last three months, Samsung, Nokia and Apple unsurprisingly took the lion's share of the sales, while...
Gartner: worldwide mobile phone sales dipped 2.3 percent while users wait for next iPhone

Patent troll sues Apple, Google and everyone else, but BT denies involvement

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Oh look, it’s another mobile-related patent lawsuit. This time the plaintiff is an obscure Delaware-registered limited liability company called Steelhead, and the patent covers ‘mobile radio handover initiation determination’ – in other words, choosing which cellular base station has the best signal as the handset moves from one place to...
Patent troll sues Apple, Google and everyone else, but BT denies involvement

Boot up: netbook chowder, tablet truths, comment stats, ZTE's newest and more

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Plus Chinese iPad mini demand, use Android on the Mac?, why The Next Web discontinued its Android mag, the big data hype and moreA Happy New Year burst of 10 links for you to celebrate your hangover with, as picked by the Technology teamTablet Market Update: December 2012 >> Chitika...
Boot up: netbook chowder, tablet truths, comment stats, ZTE's newest and more

Nokia jumps the gun, unveils its first NFC Windows Phone handset: The Lumia 610 NFC

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Microsoft had teased NFC support in its Windows Phone OS but until recently it had been a pipe dream. Nokia and ZTE had previously been linked with the release of an NFC-powered Windows Phone handset but today the Finnish mobile giant showed its hand, unveiling the Nokia Lumia 610 NFC,...
Nokia jumps the gun, unveils its first NFC Windows Phone handset: The Lumia 610 NFC

Samsung & Apple take half of global smartphone market, Android & iOS hit 80%

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Research firm Gartner released its numbers today for “Worldwide Mobile Device Sales” during Q1 2012. There aren’t many surprises here when it comes to Apple, but Gartner estimated Samsung sold 38 smartphones during the quarter, less than the 42.2 million estimated by IDC earlier this month and more than...
Samsung & Apple take half of global smartphone market, Android & iOS hit 80%

Europeans Press China Over Trade in Telecommunications

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Officials appear poised to try to settle a dispute over the Chinese telecommunications firms Huawei and ZTE, which were accused of violating antidumping and subsidies laws....
Europeans Press China Over Trade in Telecommunications

ZTE's 2013 Q1 sees profits of $33 million despite three percent sales slide

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ZTE has managed to break a run of two straight quarterly losses by posting a net profit of $33 million in its first 2013 financials. Unfortunately, the extra cash has come from selling a $133 million stake in surveillance firm Shenzhen ZNV, rather than any surge in handset popularity....
ZTE's 2013 Q1 sees profits of $33 million despite three percent sales slide

Saving Private RIM

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If RIM wants to do something bold, such as focusing on software and services, it might consider taking the company privateOver the past couple weeks, we've read a number of bedtimes stories about RIM's next move. They all start with the same trope: once upon a time, late last century,...
Saving Private RIM

US may seek legislation to “guard networks” against threat of Chinese telecom firms

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The US House of Representatives’ Intelligence Committee investing the potential national security threats posed by the developing businesses of Chinese telecom firms ZTE and Huawei, may look to introduce legislation “to guard US networks”, its head has said. The House signalled its intention to investigate the two firms in November of last year,...
US may seek legislation to “guard networks” against threat of Chinese telecom firms

Mysterious, ZTE-made T-Mobile Aspect swings by the FCC

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Sometimes FCC filings are rife with details. T-Mobile and ZTE aren't playing that game right now: a device has shown up at the US agency bearing only the T-Mobile Aspect name and a ZTE F555 model number. That already tells us that it's likely to have 1,700MHz 3G inside,...
Mysterious, ZTE-made T-Mobile Aspect swings by the FCC

Meet the ZTE Mimosa X: The First NVIDIA Tegra 2 Phone with an Icera Modem

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Targeted toward budget-minded buyers, the ZTE Mimosa X has a 4.3-inch display, HSPA+ support and a 5-megapixel camera....
Meet the ZTE Mimosa X: The First NVIDIA Tegra 2 Phone with an Icera Modem

InterDigital files ITC complaint against Huawei, Nokia, Samsung and ZTE, requests sales ban

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InterDigital is at it again. The company may have lightened its patent load last summer with a little help from Intel, but it apparently still has plenty of ammunition left to fire at four new targets: Huawei, Nokia, Samsung and ZTE for selling "certain 3G and 4G wireless devices......
InterDigital files ITC complaint against Huawei, Nokia, Samsung and ZTE, requests sales ban
Nokia not seen recovering, could be broken up and sold for parts
ZTE and Huawei face EU investigation over predatory pricing

iPhone 5 helps Apple iOS devices rebound and pass 65% share of mobile traffic

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September was a curious month for Apple: as everyone waited for the iPhone 5 and the iPad mini, the company lost quite a lot of mobile traffic market share, dropping below the 60 percent mark. Yet the company managed to rebound in October, surpassing 65 percent of the mobile traffic...
iPhone 5 helps Apple iOS devices rebound and pass 65% share of mobile traffic

Why nobody really wants to get to the bottom of China, ZTE and Huawei

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Chinese telecom gear makers Huwaei and ZTE are about to get blacklisted by the U.S. Congress in a report to be published Monday. Reuters reports that the U.S. House of Representatives’ Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence will recommend U.S. companies don’t use wares from the two companies over fears that...
Why nobody really wants to get to the bottom of China, ZTE and Huawei

Lawmakers ready report on Huawei, ZTE spying claims

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The House Intelligence Committee will release a report Monday, following its probe into espionage charges against the two telecommunications gear makers. Also, 60 Minutes will air its investigation into the company Sunday. [Read more]...
Lawmakers ready report on Huawei, ZTE spying claims
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Gartner pegs Samsung as China's top smartphone maker, ranks Apple fifth overall

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Analysts at the research firm Gartner have come out and crowned Samsung as the most popular smartphone producer in China. The Korean manufacturer beat out others such as Nokia, Huawei, ZTE and Apple to score the title, and now boasts a rather impressive 24.3 percent market share in the...
Gartner pegs Samsung as China's top smartphone maker, ranks Apple fifth overall

Firefox OS: Mozilla’s phone experiment gets support from Sprint and global carriers

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Because “Boot to Gecko” doesn’t have much of a ring to it, Mozilla announced today that its upcoming phone OS will now be called “Firefox OS.” The new platform also has the backing of major worldwide carriers, including Sprint and Telefonica, and a couple device manufacturers. With Firefox OS,...
Firefox OS: Mozilla’s phone experiment gets support from Sprint and global carriers

Where's the Discussion of Trojan Horses?

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It was striking that the word "Trojan" was not mentioned in a 52-page Congressional report focusing on the activities of two giant Chinese telecommunications firms. Huawei and ZTE have long been suspected of having links to the Chinese government....
Where's the Discussion of Trojan Horses?

ZTE's Sprint Flash launches, has 12-MP camera

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In addition to powerful camera, the Spring Flash will also have dual-core CPU, 4G LTE, and Android 4.0. [Read more]...
ZTE's Sprint Flash launches, has 12-MP camera
ZTE's Grand X IN pairs Medfield and Android 4.0 for the first time, launching next month

Researchers find vulnerability in Chinese chips used by US army

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A team of researchers from Cambridge University say they have found evidence that a Chinese-manufactured chip used by US armed forces contains a secret access point that leaves it vulnerable to third party tampering. The researchers tested an unspecified US military chip — used in weapons, nuclear power plants to public...
Researchers find vulnerability in Chinese chips used by US army

Intel Announces New Smartphone Partnerships With Lava, ZTE, And Visa

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We’ve already caught wind of the Lenovo K800 and Orange’s newly-announced Santa Clara but Intel CEO Paul Otellini isn’t content to leave their push into mobile at that. Otellini has just announced that Intel has entered into partnerships with a handful of companies in hopes of solidifying their place in...
Intel Announces New Smartphone Partnerships With Lava, ZTE, And Visa

Analysts are bad at their jobs: IDC cuts its Windows Phone forecast by 40% in just 181 days

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We all laugh and grunt about analyst predictions, knowing that a particular market segment might not exist in five years, let alone grow into a $400 billion market. Or was it $315 billion? Not that it really matters when you are in the business of inventing firm numbers from air....
Analysts are bad at their jobs: IDC cuts its Windows Phone forecast by 40% in just 181 days

Report: Under-fire Chinese telecom firm Huawei sees “exceptional” growth

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Telecom firm Huawei may be subject to concerns over national security in Australia and investigation in the US, but that hasn’t stopped the Chinese firm continuing its impressive growth across the world. Huawei’s infrastructure business, which sees it supply equipment to allow mobile operators, fixed-line ISPs and others to provide...
Report: Under-fire Chinese telecom firm Huawei sees “exceptional” growth
Mozilla’s Boot To Gecko Becomes Firefox OS, Scores Support From Sprint, Deutsche Telekom, ZTE, And More

Hands on: ZTE PF100 10.1-inch tablet

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Mobile World Congress primarily serves as a venue for mobile phones, however the event has become increasingly popular for tablet unveilings. ZTE launched several new tablets, including the 10-inch PF100, alongside a number of new phones. Electronista stopped by the company's booth to see how the device compares to other...
Hands on: ZTE PF100 10.1-inch tablet

Sprint to Sell $100 Tablet From ZTE

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Sprint is rolling out one of the lowest cost tablets on the market -- a ZTE tablet with midrange specs -- but you'll have to sign a two-year service contract to... Presented By: Do you have what it takes?   Ads by Pheedo...
Sprint to Sell $100 Tablet From ZTE
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