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The Government of the German state of North-Rhine Westphalia is demanding US$92 million from Finnish phone maker Nokia. The money is repayment for the subsidies granted to Nokia when it opened a
Italian fixed network operator Fastweb has selected Nokia Siemens Networks as its technology partner for its planned launch of MVNO services. Fastweb recently signed an agreement with 3Italia which
American Technology Research analyst Mark McKechnie expects that Qualcomm and Nokia would resolve their patent dispute within three to 18 months, but in the end Nokia will pay upwards of 2 percent
DEALSWHOWITHWHATSCOOPSprintHTCSprint announced that it would release a software update for its HTC Mogul handset that would allow the phone to connect to its EV-DO rev. A
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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