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Nokia gains patent victory over Qualcomm in Germany

As a key trial between Qualcomm and Nokia begins today over WCDMA patents, Nokia gained some ammunition in Germany. The German Federal Patent Court ruled that a Qualcomm patent pertaining to GSM

Nokia, Qualcomm head to court this week over CDMA patents

The simmering battle between Qualcomm and Nokia is heating up again as the two technology giants head to court on Wednesday to determine whether Qualcomm charges too high of royalties for CDMA. While

Nokia looks to services for future revenues

Having presented a satisfactory set of quarterly results, of perhaps more interest was the growth in the company's services revenues. Buried deep within the results, Nokia confirmed that revenues

Nokia's outlook for 2008 is good, market share is up

Nokia surprised analysts this morning with better-than-expected second-quarter earnings. Although the company's profit was down ($1.75 billion compared to $4.49 billion a year earlier) most of that

Recession to hit Nokia and Sony Ericsson sales- iPhone unaffected

While the cellphone industry has largely sailed through previous market downturns, this latest turbulence looks set to hit both Nokia and Sony Ericsson hard, but leave Apple and its iPhone

Streamezzo intros Skinnable Application Suite

Mobile media solutions and platforms provider Streamezzo announced the first four elements of its Skinnable Application Suite, which the firm says offers independent software developers, system

Sony Ericsson considers US$165M investment in Spice Mobile

Having initially opened discussions about a partnership arrangement, Sony Ericsson is now actively considering acquiring a majority holding in the Indian-based cell phone manufacturer, Spice Mobile,

Nokia: Interest in Symbian Foundation growing

The Symbian Foundation, created last month when Nokia purchased Symbian, is rapidly

Survey: Only 3% of people recycle their phones

Nokia released some surprising results of a global survey on recycling mobile phones. The survey found that a very low number of consumers recycle their phones and most are unaware that they can do

Huawei 2007 revenues up 48 percent to $12.5B

While many infrastructure vendors are facing lean times, Chinese manufacturer Huawei seems to be blossoming. The company reported $12.56 billion in revenues in 2007, up 48 percent from 2006.