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Cable companies exit Pivot JV with Sprint

Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Cox Communications have ended their joint venture, branded Pivot, with beleaguered mobile carrier Sprint Nextel. Current Pivot subscribers will have the option of

SPOTLIGHT: Google launches image ads

Web services giant Google announced the launch of mobile image ads, a new version of its AdWords flagship advertising product redesigned to fit on device screens.

Sony Ericsson ships 22.3M phones in 1Q

A slowing economy and rising component costs didn't stop handset maker Sony Ericsson from reporting a 2 percent increase in handset shipments. The firm said in first quarter 2008 it shipped 22.3

How big can mobile Linux get?

  With the pending release of Google's Android platform, the debut of the

Android Developer event yields almost 1800 entries

Google announced that its Android Developer Challenge generated 1,788 entries from over 70 countries, chief among them the U.S., Germany, Japan, China, India, Canada, France and the U.K. The

QUICKLINKS: Android Watch; Neonode N2 unboxing;

Android Watch: Tracking Google's mobile progress Since formally announcing its

ALSO NOTED: Italy to get 3G iPhone in weeks; Smartphone shortages; Android timeline and much more...

> The buzz among the blogs is that Italian operator TIM will get the 3G iPhone in a matter of weeks. The phone will be unlocked and available without a carrier contract.

Video: Building an Android Application

Take a look at this video from Google on building an Android application:

Android Watch: Tracking Google's mobile progress

Since formally announcing its much-anticipated Android open-source mobile operating system late

What's behind FT's interest in TeliaSonera and Telenor?

Telecoms mega-mergers have been out of favour for some years, so France Telecoms (FT) admitted interest in acquiring TeliaSonera or Telenor has attracted considerable interest. The CFO of FT, Gervais