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Rumor Mill: Verizon a partner for Apple's tablet, next iPhone

Verizon Wireless may be moving closer to a partnership with Apple for the manufacturer's forthcoming (but still non-existent) tablet as well as a new version of the iPhone, according to analysts. A

Apple acquires mobile advertising firm

Apple has acquired mobile advertising delivery company Quattro Wireless for a reported $275 million (€191m), in a deal which mirror's Google's acquisition of AdMob.  

News In Brief: LG out of MWC, Apple, News Corp, BEREC, Entel PCS, Tele Colombus

LG has decided not to participate in this year's Mobile World Congress 2010, citing the costs of

Nokia asks court to halt U.S. imports of iPhone

In a further escalation of an already bitter feud, Nokia asked a federal court to bar the importation of Apple hardware including its iPhone, iPod and Mac products. Nokia's lawsuit, filed in federal

Nokia takes on smartphone rivals

Nokia is set to fight back in the hotly contested battle for the smartphone market as the vendor predicts it will start growing faster than rivals RIM this year and by 2011 will be on par with both

News In Brief: Apple, commScore, Velocm, Huawei, Turkcell, IGN, Aircell

Apple is reportedly launching its  multimedia tablet in March, after

iPod touch app downloads top iPhone over Xmas

Application downloads via iPod touch devices eclipsed iPhone downloads by 172 percent on Christmas Day 2009, according to data compiled by mobile application analytics provider Flurry. Total iPod

News In Brief: Apple, ICANN, Orange UK, Verizon, UAE

A US court has dismissed a class-actio

Nokia steps up patent battle against Apple

Nokia has filed suit against Apple with the US International Trade Commission, claiming widespread patent violations, in the latest volley in the patent war between the two companies. <

Apple, Samsung CEOs named world's best

Apple's Steve Jobs and former Samsung chief Yun Jong-Yong have been named the first and second best CEOs in the world, respectively, in a new survey by the Harvard Business Review.