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Kodak sues Apple, RIM over camera tech

The US International Trade Commission (USITC) is investigating whether Apple and RIM have violated camera patents owned by photographic firm Kodak.   The commission <

Preview: MS, NSN, SKT and the usual suspects

The GSMA shindig kicks off in Barcelona today, and that means only one thing – someone is going to have to write a preview.  

News In Brief: Zain, Ericsson, GCF, Samsung, M1, Google

Motorola has signed a contract with Zain Saudi Arabia to

Microsoft aims to get back in the game in mobile

Just a few years ago, Microsoft looked like a real contender in the mobile-phone market.

Google doubles Android share of US market

Google more than doubled the market share of its Android devices in the key early-mover smartphone market of the US in the three months to end-December, according to ComScore.

ComScore: RIM has weak handset presence, but is smartphone king

According to the latest report from research firm comScore, Research In Motion's BlackBerry platform has the largest U.S. smartphone market share, but the company as a whole is an also-ran compared

AppFund promises financial support for iPad development

CNET and E! Online co-founder Kevin Wendle announced a partnership with MusicNation and Original Signal co-founder Daniel Klaus to form AppFund, a new firm designed to help entrepreneurs create and

BlackBerry Curve tops iPhone in Q4 smartphone sales

Research In Motion's BlackBerry Curve was the top-selling smartphone in the fourth quarter, according to research firm IDC, beating out Apple's iPhone 3GS. Although the Curve comes in multiple forms

Analyst: AT&T to retain iPhone exclusivity in 2010

AT&T Mobility has a 75 percent chance of remaining the exclusive U.S. carrier for Apple's iPhone into 2011, according to Credit Suisse analyst Jonathan Chaplin. Whether and when AT&T loses

AT&T's iPhone mess

In mid-December, Fake Steve Jobs, the alter ego of widely read journalist and blogger Dan Lyons, posted the following appeal to his fellow members of