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News In Brief: Vodafone, Arcep, Nokia, Microsoft

Vodafone could have a bidding war on its hands ov

Microsoft CEO downplays Apple's lead in market value

At a press conference in India, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer dismissed questions about Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) surpassing Microsoft in market value. Analysts attribute the decline to Microsoft's inability

News In Brief: GSMA, NSN, Axell Wireless, TeliaSonera, Yahoo, Microsoft, Vodafone Global Enterprise

MVNO subscriptions in Latin America will grow at a CAGR of 28% to 6.6 million by 2013, due to

Microsoft to reshuffle phone and game units

Stung by a continuing disinterest in its broadband products--particularly smartphones--Microsoft is said to be ready to "reorganize parts of its phone and game unit this week," according to the New

News In Brief: Apple, HP, Intec, Microsoft, Telefonica

Speculation is mounting that Apple will unveil its next iPhone on J

News In Brief: Telefonica, Capgemini, Vodafone, Orange, AT&T, Turk Telekom

Telefonica wants to pump $2.7 billion (€2.1) into its fixed and mobile networks in Brazil during 2010, WSJ reports,

Microsoft shells out €161 million to settle VirnetX suits

Microsoft brought the curtain down on a three-year patent infringement battle with communications software firm VirnetX yesterday, agreeing to license the firm’s software and pay $200 milli

HTC strikes back at Apple in patent dispute

HTC fired back at Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) in the patent infringement dispute between the two smartphone makers, alleging Apple is infringing on five of HTC's patents. The Taiwanese company asked the U.S.

Blurring the lines between smartphone and feature phone

In January, Verizon Wireless overhauled all of its data pricing plans as part of an effort (according to CEO Lowell McAdam) to streamline and simplify its offers to consumers and make the

Microsoft, Verizon beat back Kin pricing criticism

Microsoft and Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) are defending the pricing plans for Microsoft's new Kin phones, arguing that even though they are not technically smartphones, charging customers for a full