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Nokia hoists WiMAX flag 180 feet

Nokia setup a massive crane in the parking lot in front of the Las Vegas Convention Center at CTIA Wireless today to demonstrate the new capabilities of the new Nokia N810 Internet Tablet, which is

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CTIA 2008--Smartphone Summit

At a panel on the "Best New Smartphone Handsets & Devices," execs from Nokia, RIM,

Nokia races to sign major music labels

As a critical element of its push into mobile services, Nokia claims it is confident about securing deals with the world's leading record companies ahead of launching its flagship

EDGE doubles in speed courtesy of Nokia Siemens

Wanting to build on its success with EDGE-based networks, the leading supplier, Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN), has unveiled an upgrade to the technology that doubles its speed. The new software, known

Sprint taps Nokia Siemens Networks for XOHM

Sprint tapped Nokia Siemens Networks to implement its subscriber database solution, which includes Apertio's One-NDS, (Network Directory Server), in an effort to provide a more personalized

Samsung set for gains

Last year, Samsung was hampered by its slowly declining memory chip business, which slowly chipped away at the company's valuation, but analysts believe that the business is close to hitting rock

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Nokia quietly positions against Motorola

According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, Nokia is taking a low-key approach to positioning itself against Motorola and that company's recent decision to spin-out its handset business. Once

Is the handset market alive or dead?

Market analysts are at odds over which direction the handset market is headed. GfK claims that the global mobile phone market is growing at the fastest rate for five years, with 160 million extra