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Nokia reshuffles top execs again

Nokia has unveiled its fourth executive team reshuffle in as many years, as it scrabbles to find an answer to the iPhone.   In the

Verizon, Google working on tablet: WSJ

Verizon Wireless is working with Google on a tablet computer, CEO Lowell McAdam has told the Wall Street Journal.   The head of the largest US mobile operator di

Report: iPhone exclusive to AT&T until 2012

AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) and Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) signed a five-year exclusivity agreement in 2007 for the iPhone, according to recently unearthed court documents. When the exclusive relationship

Nokia shakes up management structure yet again

Nokia (NYSE:NOK) is reshuffling its organizational chart for the second time in seven months, promising that its new streamlined management structure will help spur execution and innovation. The

Apple might use new higher-speed WiFi instead of conventional home network wires

Apple, which is still toying with the idea of getting into the TV business, could do so without the usual tangle of behind-the-set wires if it adopts the new 7-gig WiFi standard known as WiGig. Ali

Android sales pass iPhone--but for how long?

With dozens of smartphones spanning multiple manufacturers and all four major U.S. operator networks, it was inevitable that Android sales would surpass the iPhone sooner or later, and that time is

Adobe shrugs off Apple impasse's effect on CS5

Adobe Systems CFO Mark Garrett said he doesn't anticipate the fallout from the firm's public scuffle with Apple over the Flash multimedia platform will deter potential customers from embracing its

Apple issues iPhone OS 4.0 beta 3

Apple released its iPhone OS 4.0 beta 3 update, available for download here to registered developers. In addition to several bug fixes, the upgrade includes new features like file sharing between the

A problem? AT&T's wireless network is the punchline

AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) appears to have a serious problem, and as far as I can tell the company is doing its absolute best to ignore it completely. I'm not talking about AT&T's network

Nokia sues Apple over iPad patents

Nokia has stepped up its patent battle against Apple, launching yet another lawsuit in the US this time aimed at Apple’s iPhone and its new iPad tablet.