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Ofcom clears white space for launch; expects first services by year-end

Ofcom predicted the first commercial services using white space technology will be available in the UK by the end of 2015, after approving the use of the technology as a bearer of mobile broadband traffic.

Microsoft, Samsung strike deal to settle Android patent royalty dispute

Microsoft and Samsung Electronics agreed to settle a dispute over how much money Samsung would pay to Microsoft to license the software giant's patents that Samsung uses in its Android smartphones and tablets. Financial terms of the settlement were not disclosed.

Microsoft to target Africa with Windows Phones costing $75 to $100

In an effort to boost its smartphone market share, Microsoft plans to introduce Windows Phones that cost $75 to $100 in Africa this year, according to a Microsoft executive.

Microsoft tags Africa for next major Windows Phone push

Microsoft prepared to advance its Africa strategy by recruiting smartphone makers in China to produce low-cost devices running the U.S. company's Windows Phone software.

Devs on Microsoft's Sunrise acquisition: 'My favorite calendar app'

It's not every day that Microsoft buys an indie developer of iOS apps, and in the case of Sunrise, it's an app that many of those who work in mobile say is among the best in its category.

Synergy: Amazon Web Services grabs 30% of cloud services market

Amazon Web Services (AWS) continues to lead the cloud services market with revenues growing 25 percent sequentially, driving the company to achieve what a new Synergy Research Group report said is a "five-year high" of the cloud infrastructure service market.

Microsoft, Spectra Wireless launch TV white space service in Africa

The pilot season is over, and now it's launch time for Africa's first commercial network service using TV white spaces (TVWS), debuting in Ghana with Spectra Wireless and Microsoft 4Afrika at the helm.

Reports: Microsoft to invest in startup Cyanogen, which wants to disrupt Google's control of Android

Microsoft is considering an investment in mobile startup Cyanogen, according to multiple reports. Cyanogen is seeking to chip away at Google's control over the Android mobile platform by offering a modified version of the software.

Nokia's sales jump in Q4, thanks to booming North American networks biz

Nokia reported higher profit than expected in the fourth quarter, and grew its sales as well thanks in large part to a surge in revenue from its Network business, particularly in North America.

Microsoft sells record 10.5M Lumia phones in Q4, as it works to integrate Nokia

Microsoft sold a record 10.5 million Lumia-branded Windows Phones in the fourth quarter, but is still dealing with the hangover of integrating Nokia's devices and services business.