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
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
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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
Will the next big patent fight occur between Nokia and Apple? Nokia filed a lawsuit in U.S. court last week, claiming Apple has infringed on 10 Nokia-owned patents that cover technologies such as
Nokia has gone after Apple, filing a patent claim that accuses its rival of infringing on ten of its patents.
This week Nokia went after the iPhone in court while Twitter struck deals with Google and Microsoft.
During AT&T's third-quarter earnings call yesterday, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets President and CEO Ralph de la Vega first trumpeted the company's third-quarter iPhone activations (3.2
Nokia filed a lawsuit against Apple, alleging the company's iPhone infringes on 10 Nokia patents that span WCDMA, GSM and WiFi technologies. The filing brings to a head heated market competition
Record iPhone sales helped stimulate another quarter of strong growth at Apple, with the company boosting net profit 46% to €1.10 billion. In its