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SPOTLIGHT: 500 million mobile users in India by 2010, predicts Nokia

India's burgeoning population is going to get even more well-connected in the days to come. One supposes this is great news for consumers, more so for the telecom sector. To be precise, India's

SPOTLIGHT: Cellular/WiFi phone market reached $26.8B in 2007

A new report from Infonetics Research says the worldwide cellular/WiFi phone market hit $26.8 billion in 2007 and is forecast to nearly triple by 2011. Moreover, the report says that Nokia is by far

SPOTLIGHT: Trend: Teenagers turning backs on Nokia

According to a survey conducted by Habbo across 31 countries, most teenagers agree that Nokia is the No. 1 mobile phone brand worldwide, but since the autumn of 2006 Samsung and Sony Ericsson have

Report: Telecom infrastructure market share

Technology Business Research released its breakdown of the telecom infrastructure market, which grew $70 billion since 2006. As the telecom equipment maker market's mergers have reached completion,

Nokia agrees pay-off for German workers, but questions remain

While the dispute with its German workers seems to be drawing to a close- following a €200 million offer, Nokia has refused to comply with a demand from the German state of North-Rhine

ALSO NOTED: Ericsson CEO says mobile systems pricing pressure may start to ease; Etisalat plans India telecom buy; and much mor

> Ericsson CEO says mobile systems pricing pressure may start to ease. Article > Etisalat plans

Nokia to pay out $314M to German plant workers

Nokia has agreed to pay $314 million to compensate employees at a factory in Germany that is recently announced it would close down. The factory's shutdown was met with political outcry in the

ALSO NOTED: Measuring mobile marketing; Virgin inks a deal with Limbo; and much more...

> Forecast: Full-track mobile revenues to hit $4.2 billion by 2012. Article >

Nokia previews iPhone-killer named Tube

Nokia has unveiled its answer to Apple's iPhone: a touchscreen handset that is both Java and Flash-enabled and currently code-named Tube. The iPhone does not support either technology. The Tube will

Sell services--not boxes, Nokia tells channel

Resellers and distribution channels must come to terms with Nokia's new services proposition, said the company's VP and GM of multimedia, Annsi Vanjoki. If they don't, he warned, their long-term