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Nokia's just following Apple to the bank

  Nokia's just following Apple to the bank When a reporter from a German newspaper asked Nokia's CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo whether Nokia would demand a percentage of sales from its carrier partners

AT&T: wireless rev to grow in mid-teens in 2008

AT&T Mobility announced that it expects revenue to increase by a mid-teen percentage in 2008 thanks in part to the recent

Top Downloaded iPhone Apps

Apple counts down most popular iPhone apps

Apple's iPhone website posted a list of the 10 applications that have proven the most popular with the device's users. Two Google applications made the countdown, which is otherwise notable for the

Apple: You can buy five iPhones now

iPhone buyers in the U.S. and U.K. are now able to buy five iPhones at once, instead of only two at a time. An Apple representative confirmed the change to Wired, but gave

700 MHz auction: Clearwire won't bid; VZW will

Clearwire filed a document with the SEC stating that it will not bid in the upcoming 700 MHz auction in January, but the company did not give a reason for the decision to abstain. Potential bidders

Orange: 20% of iPhones sold unlocked

France Telecom subsidiary Orange has announced that about 20 percent of the iPhones it has sold to customers have

ALSO NOTED: iPhone distro deal in China?; Sonim's tough phone; and much more...

> Rumor: Apple signed a deal with D.Phone in China for distribution of the iPhone. Article > Samsung aims for 15

ALSO NOTED: Apple sued over iPhone voicemail; Mobile carbon tracking; and more...

> Apple said it had 200 patents for the iPhone, but some companies seem to think they have similar ones. Article > A British

ALSO NOTED: Apple-Google for auction bid? BIC takes on fuel cells for cell phones; and more...

> One columnist speculates that AT&T disclosed its planned 3G iPhone to get back at Apple for supposedly teaming up with Google for the 700 MHz auction. Hmm.