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Apple ships 35.2M iPhones, slightly below expectations

Apple sold 35.2 million iPhones in its fiscal third quarter, just below analysts' expectations but not too far off. Analysts had forecast around 35.9 million iPhone sales, according to the  Wall Street Journal. Attention is now turning to the next iterations of the iPhone and whether Apple will introduce a wearable device dubbed the iWatch, as many industry watchers expect it will.

Huawei's first-half revenue jumps 19% thanks to LTE, smartphones

Huawei reported that its first half-revenue jumped 19 percent thanks to growth in its LTE network infrastructure and smartphone businesses outside China.

Juniper Research: Active LTE connections to exceed 1B in 2017

Active LTE connections are expected to cross the 1 billion mark in 2017 and reach 1.8 billion by 2019.

Report: Microsoft to wind down Nokia's feature-phone biz to focus on Windows Phone

Microsoft is going to wind down Nokia's Asha and Series 40 feature-phone businesses over the next 18 months to focus solely on devices running Microsoft's Windows Phone platform, according to an internal company memo. The decisions come as part of Microsoft's decision to cut 18,000 jobs, including 12,500 former Nokia workers, the largest restructuring in the company's history.

Microsoft to slash 18,000 jobs, many of them former Nokia workers

The axe is falling for former Nokia handset workers. In its largest round of layoffs to date, Microsoft  said it will cut up to 18,000 jobs this year, or 14 percent of its workforce. It is expected that many of those cuts will be to employees the company acquired when it bought Nokia's devices and services business for around $7.4 billion.

GSA: Number of LTE user devices increases 100% in a year to 1,889

Some 941 new LTE user devices were launched in the past year, representing virtually 100 per cent annual growth, according to latest figures from the Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA).

Google pushes to dismiss U.S. antitrust suit targeting its Android practices

Google argued that an antitrust lawsuit against its Android operating system should be dismissed in part because Android device makers can use the platform without also installing Google's apps and services.

CCS Insight: Global tablet growth to drop sharply in 2014

CCS Insight said a slowdown in the tablet market in 2014 has been more dramatic than expected, with latest forecasts saying that growth is now expected to drop to just 14 per cent worldwide compared to increases of 71 per cent in 2013 and 79 per cent in 2012.

Samsung Z, vendor's Tizen smartphone, is a no-show at Russian developer event

Samsung Electronics' efforts to get the first smartphone running the open-source Tizen platform into the market suffered another setback when the company had to backtrack on its promise to show off a commercial version of its first Tizen phone at a developer conference in Moscow on Thursday.

HTC charges back to profit in Q2 thanks to One M8 and mid-range phones

HTC reported a sharp uptick in profit for the second quarter thanks in part to sales of its flagship One M8 smartphone, the release of mid-range devices and cost cutting measures. Although the Taiwanese smartphone maker still has a steep hill to climb, the results could point to signs of a turnaround after its struggles in recent years.