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Rumour Mill: Nokia and Ericsson to become Indian MVNOs

We live in unusual times, but to hear that Nokia and Ericsson have shown interest, apparently, in becoming MVNOs in the Indian market is more than extraordinary. According to officials within the

News In Brief: Sprint Nextel, Pipe, Google, Nokia, Intel

US operator Sprint Nextel will pay between $3.2-$ 3.6 billion to reband its 800MHz spectrum, FierceWireless said. The company has spent $1.8 billion on the rebanding so far.

Sizing up the race for app store supremacy

For all of the oft-repeated complaints about Apple's App Store--e.g., the abundance of free and bargain-priced apps, the discoverability challenges and Apple's failures to communicate with the

Nokia halts sales of 5800 XPress Music in the U.S.

Nokia has halted sales of its 5800 XPress Music phone in the United States, only a few days after the phone first went on sale in the company's flagship store. The launch of the North American

Nokia seeking netbook production partners

The technical specs of a Nokia netbook (if they were to ever appear...) are still being widely debated on many blogs, but the handset company is reliably said to be in negotiations with Taiwan laptop

Is Nokia actually readying a line of laptops?

Despite a cacophony of reports that Nokia, the world's largest handset maker, had confirmed that it was going to be making laptops, there is still skepticism that the company will actually go through

Rumour mill: Nokia preps compact mobile PC

Having been unable to participate in the booming netbook market, Nokia is thought to be working on its own portable PC based upon the recently announced ARM multi-core Sparrow chipset. The

O2 and Orange resist Nokia Skype phone

Nokia's plans to integrate Skype functionality into its future Nseries handsets are said to have irritated O2 and Orange to such an extent that the companies might refuse to offer the device when it

Nokia offers voluntary separation packages

Nokia announced that it was starting a voluntary separation package for almost all of its employees worldwide this spring, another sign that the economic recession is taking its toll on the industry.

Adobe, Nokia team for $10 Million Open Screen Project fund

Handset giant Nokia and software provider Adobe Systems announced a $10 million fund designed to spur development of applications and services for mobile, desktop and consumer electronics devices