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Nokia clips its 2009 market share estimates

Nokia has revised down its global handset market share for 2009 from 38 percent to 34 percent, based on a new methodology for measuring the handset industry. The company said in a filing with the

Apple embroiled in fresh patent dispute

Apple and RIM are being sued for patent infringement by a little-known Texas company.   The pair are named alongside AT&T, Samsung, Sanyo, LG, and Motorola in

Rumor Mill: Verizon seizing on iPad launch as an opportunity

AT&T Mobility scored a coup by being Apple's only U.S. wireless partner for the iPad, but rival Verizon Wireless isn't about to let that stand in the way of a potential market opportunity,

Smartphones are booming, but is there room for all the players?

It has become painfully clear that smartphones are where the growth is in the handset market. Evidence of this is seemingly everywhere: IDC reports the converged mobile device market (translation:

Study: iPhone app usage peaks on evenings and weekends

iPhone application usage reaches its zenith on nights and weekends according to new data issued by mobile analytics platform Localytics. iPhone app behaviors reach their peak at 9 p.m. ET on

Touchcreen market to double in 2010: Gartner

Sales of touchscreen devices will grow 97% this year and will account for 58% of all mobile device sales by 2013, Gartner predicts.  

News In Brief: NTT Comm, ZTE, Fujitsu, Unicom, Google

NTT Comm’ s Arcstar Global IP-VPN services will soon be available in Russia, after the firm agreed to interconnect its service with Russian long-distance carrier Transtelecom

China Unicom may introduce iPhone with WiFi

China Unicom said it is working with Apple to introduce iPhones equipped with WiFi after government regulations forced Apple and Unicom late last year to disable the capability. It appears Apple and

Sony planning iPad killer, PlayStation phone: WSJ

Sony is reportedly working on a range of new portable devices, including an answer to Apple's iPad and a PlayStation smartphone.   The company is working on a port

THE WRAP: Apple fires at Google, hits HTC

This week Apple took aim at HTC, Microsoft fired at Google and Google took another shot at China.