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Nokia ships the N900 as Apple shoots to no. 1 in profits

Nokia yesterday began shipping its most advanced smartphone, the Maemo 5-powered N900, in its latest effort to get traction at the top end of the handset market.  

Rumor Mill: Apple making mini iPhone for Verizon's network

Apple will release a new, smaller iPhone next year that will be capable of running on all global wireless networks, including Verizon Wireless' network, according to a report from OTR Global. The

News In Brief: Pay-TV, Microsoft, Apple, Blinx, Reliance, NSN

The Asia Pacific region has 326 million pay-TV subscribers according to industry group CASBAA.

News In Brief: Sony Ericsson, Comcast, Alca-Lu, Cisco, Huawei, MS, Apple

Sony Ericsson has launched its first Android based  handset, the Xperia X10 which will be on sale in Europe and the Asia Pacific in the first quarter of 2010, with network carriers

Apple shopping $30-a-month iTunes TV subscription play

Apple knows it has a winner in its iTunes media storefront and it’s looking to take it to the next level, offering TV networks a $30-per-month subscription plan to deliver television content

Video: Apple fans strike back at Verzion's anti-iPhone marketing campaign

Source: YouTube user " droiddont "

Analyst: Nokia planning Maemo iPhone competitor

Nokia plans to release a mass-market, Linux-based Maemo smartphone to compete with Apple's iPhone in the second half of 2010, according to UBS analyst Maynard Um. Although the move appears to signal

Smartphone revolution tests established players

With smartphones set to account for most handset sales by 2013--in terms of value if not also in terms of volumes worldwide--these devices, their operating systems and mobile Internet service

Video: NYT's Pogue sings 'Don't Cry For Me, Cupertino'

Source: YouTube user wroush1967

Could Apple wind up paying Nokia $1B over iPhone patents?

In the wake of Nokia's lawsuit against Apple last week, which claimed that Apple's iPhone infringes on 10 Nokia patents that span WCDMA, GSM and WiFi technologies, analysts are wondering: How much