Mobile software developer Trolltech-- acquired by Nokia in late January for $154 million--announced
Texas Instruments lowered its range of expected profits for the first quarter of 2008 to between 41 cents and 45 cents a share, which is 3 cents lower than its previous forecast from January.
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A mere month after newly installed CEO Greg Brown pushed him aside to take over the mobile division at Motorola himself, Stu Reed has left the troubled company. Reed's departure comes a few short
Nokia has renewed its distributor deal with China's Postel for $2 billion worth of phones in 2008. While the figure is still impressive, Redeye analyst Greger Johansson, points out that the contract
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After losing a ruling from the ITC in the U.S.
Despite the claims of an unsourced report in a German magazine over the weekend, T-Mobile Germany said it has no plans to drop support for five Nokia handsets just because they will enable users to