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News In Brief: Amazon, Claranet, Svyazinvest, Google, Telenor

Amazon has expanded the compatibility of its Kindle reader to Apple’s Mac computers.

HTC vows to fight Apple's patent suits

HTC is convinced it can counter a lawsuit brought against it earlier this month by Apple, and will use every means at its disposal to fight back. Eaerlier this month Apple sued HTC for infringing on

Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 Series: Just like Apple?

This week Microsoft released details on its new Windows Phone 7 Series operating system for smartphones, timed to be commercially available by the critical fourth quarter holiday shopping season.

iPhone developer activity up 185% in advance of iPad

Even before Apple finally confirmed the pending release of its iPad tablet device, the developer community was already in motion: Developers initiated more than 1,600 new iPhone OS application

News In Brief: TeliaSonera, Orange, Deutsche Telecom, Apple, ZTE

TeliaSonera plans to upgrade its world-first LTE network in Swed

Mobclix issues mobile advertising SDK for iPad

Mobile advertising exchange Mobclix announced the release of a new SDK optimized for Apple's forthcoming iPad tablet device. The SDK--which Mobclix touts as the first specific to the iPad--offers

Apple details iPad 3G pricing gauge

Apple appears to be emphasizing the flexibility of its 3G pricing plans for its new iPad tablet that it will be releasing soon. In addition, the company will include a data usage monitor for the

Nokia asks judge to toss Apple's antitrust claims

Nokia is asking a federal judge to throw out Apple's antitrust claims against it, charging that they are a distraction from the real matter of dispute between the two companies--whether Apple is

Jim's iPad adventure (or, how you, too, can justify dropping $700 bucks on a new toy)

So, at 8:31 ET this morning I hopped onto the Apple website, loaded a 16 GB WiFi-enabled iPad into my shopping cart, perused the accessories, picked up a case for it, read a little more about it,

Nokia clips its 2009 market share estimates

Nokia has revised down its global handset market share for 2009 from 38 percent to 34 percent, based on a new methodology for measuring the handset industry. The company said in a filing with the