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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.

News In Brief: Bouygues Telecom, Apple, Google

Bouygues Telecom has lent its weight to a complaint Canal Plus filed with the French competition authority against France Telecom, over the incumb

Nokia expands patent-infringement feud with Apple

The legal tussle between Nokia and Apple is escalating. Nokia (NYSE: NOK) has filed a lawsuit against Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) for patent infringement, arguing that the company's iPhone and iPad products

IDC: Apple surges in smartphones while Nokia, RIM stagnate

Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) benefited the most in the first quarter from rising smartphone sales, according to research firm IDC, boosting its global smartphone market share while Research In Motion (

Nokia CEO pledges to 'help close the gap' on smartphones

Nokia (NYSE:NOK) CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo deflected criticism from shareholders of his management of the company, and promised to improve the Nokia's performance in smartphones against the likes of

THE WRAP: Huawei lobbies India, iPad hits milestone

This week, Huawei scrambled to head off a ban in India and the iPad reached a milestone in record time.

Intel's mobile problem

The personal computer is dead; long live the very personal computer.   The numbers say so.