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Symbian goes open source-Nokia takes fight to Microsoft, Apple and Google

‘One of the biggest contributions to an open community ever made', was how Nokia's CEO, Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo, positioned the company's decision to buy out the other investors for €264

Nokia acquires remaining stake in Symbian

Nokia is buying the rest of software maker Symbian for $410 million. The company, which already has a 48 percent stake in Symbian, will purchase the remaining portion from other shareholders, which

Android launch delayed until 4Q

It seems as if Google is learning a hard lesson about wireless--the cell phone industry is very complex and difficult to negotiate. The WSJ reports that the firm's Android software suite will likely

Is the white-space idea up in flames?

Microsoft obviously is just a software company, and no more so has that been demonstrated than in the FCC white-space testing process. Evidently all of the prototype devices it submitted to the FCC

Nielson study says Google dominates mobile search

A new study from Nielson Mobile revealed that Google significantly outpaced its mobile search competitors during the first quarter. The study says Google held a 61-percent share of the mobile search

Android's 20 percent solution

With the imminent release of Apple's iPhone 3G grabbing all the headlines, Google is doing its best to make sure its Android OS doesn't get lost in the shuffle. After

Clearwire expects 30 million subs by 2017

Clearwire executives told investors this morning that the "new" Clearwire will have 30 million customers and will generate $17.5 billion in annual revenue by 2017. Scott Richardson, Clearwire chief

Google: Android still on track for 2008 debut

Google maintains the first Android OS-powered handsets will hit the market before the end of 2008, publicly refuting reports to the contrary. Last week TheStreet.com, citing sources familiar with

Google demonstrates Android applications

Google publicly demonstrated its forthcoming Android mobile operating system Wednesday during its annual developer conference in San Francisco, touting the platform's mobile web services, mobile

Cuban: Bow to Google, Little Guys

Chronic blogger and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, trying to keep his mind away from professional basketball until next season, takes a deep dive into