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Chipmaker Infineon warns of larger loss this quarter

Chipmaker Infineon warned that it anticipates a larger operating loss and flat sales for its communication chips unit this quarter. Infineon cites delays in shipping a single chip solution for

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U.S. mobile device shipments decline in Q1

First-quarter mobile handset shipments in the U.S. slipped to 31 million units, down 28 percent year-over-year, according to a new report issued by market research firm The NPD Group. Overall handset

Nokia denies shift towards Linux handsets

Reports that Nokia was planning to use Linux as a platform for its handset have been slapped down by its PR officials. This strategic shift--carried by many leading news organisations--that Nokia was

Lowenstein: Who will be the next king of wireless data?

By Mark Lowenstein I am very pleased to inaugurate this series of monthly opinion columns with Fierce Wireless, reprising the role I had for several years at Wireless Week. As many of you might

Nokia: ROI from Internet initiatives won't come for two more years

The world's leading handset maker Nokia said it doesn't anticipate seeing any returns on its investment in wireless Internet services until 2010. Nokia has invested a significant amount of money

GPS--money earner, or novelty?

Nokia has forecast that around 50 per cent of its handsets will be GPS-enabled by 2010 or 2012, not an enormous surprise given that the technology costs associated with GPS are falling rapidly and

New chip will target LTE/WiMAX femtocells sector

Having already achieved success with its 1st generation of femtocell silicon, RadioFrame Networks (RFN) is preparing to launch its latest Omniradio design that will support femtocells wanting to

Counterfeiters target Nokia, LG and Samsung handsets

Online auctions are being monitored as this channel is increasingly used to sell unofficial and counterfeit handsets into the European marketplace. The primary target is for consumers wanting to

Sprint: WiMAX ready in Baltimore, Washington D.C.

Sprint Nextel and Samsung Electronics announced that WiMAX services in Washington D.C. and Baltimore have completed the testing phase successfully and are now ready to launch commercially. The