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No more job cuts, says Nokia (but watch this space)

In an effort to steady the market after announcing 1,700 job cuts, Nokia has said that this move does not reflect any further worsening of its outlook and is "the maximum impact that the company can

Nokia cutting 1,700 jobs

Nokia said it will cut 1,700 jobs, as it continues to cut costs in the face of weakening consumer demand worldwide. The Finnish company said that the job cuts would come from its devices and markets

Smartphone sales increase 13.9% in 2008

Worldwide sales of smartphones totaled 38.1 million units in the fourth quarter--a year-over-year increase of 3.7 percent--and accounted for 12 percent of all mobile phones sold in the period,

Symbian Foundation outlines new roadmap

The Symbian Foundation laid out an aggressive roadmap for its operating system. The foundation envisions a new update of the platform every six months. The first unified release of the new software,

WiMAX: Vendors facing razor-thin margins and device makers are waiting it out

Earlier this week, Harris bought Telsima, which billed itself as a competitive WiMAX vendor for emerging markets, for $12 million. The price tag has been talked about because the vendor raised $75

Nokia struggles to retain smartphone crown

The undisputed king of the smartphone segment is Nokia--worldwide smartphone sales grew 3.7 per cent on the year to 38.1 million units in Q4/08--said the research firm Gartner. And, as a proportion

Report: Nokia's smartphone market share dropping

Nokia is losing its smartphone market share while smaller competitors such as Research In Motion, Apple and HTC have been gaining share in the fast-growing segment, according to new research from

Nokia: no LTE device in the works for Verizon--yet

Nokia said it has not entered into an exclusive deal with Verizon Wireless to produce a high-end touchscreen handset for Verizon's Long Term Evolution (LTE) network. The handset maker contacted

As the App Store nears 30,000 applications, what's next?

The App Store continues to add new iPhone and iPod touch applications at an astounding clip--in late January, Apple reported the number of applications available from the virtual storefront topped

Report: Nokia, Verizon in pact for exclusive LTE device

Verizon Wireless and Nokia are reportedly planning a partnership that might be an exclusive deal to create an "iconic" device to run on Verizon's Long Term Evolution (LTE) network, according to an