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Nokia Siemens looks to slash femtocell prices

The struggling infrastructure developer, Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN), has opened negotiations with two Taiwanese femtocell makers over plans for the joint production of femtocell base stations. The

Rumor: ip.access wins femtocell deal with AT&T

According to a report from ThinkPanmure, AT&T has inked a $500 million deal with ip.access for 7 million femtocells, which it plans to sell to its subscribers for about $100. The firm says the

Ad-supported MVNO ahead of user target

With over 100,000 signed-up members to its MVNO service, U.K.-based Blyk is claiming to be six months ahead of schedule since it launched in September 2007. The company says that the ad campaigns

SPOTLIGHT: More on Nokia's U.S. strategy

Nokia's market share in North America slid from 20 percent two years ago to just 7 percent this year, according to a report from Strategy Analytics. BusinessWeek has the rundown on Nokia's plans to

Samsung's net rises 37 percent

Samsung Electronics said its first quarter profit increased by 37 percent thanks to its mobile phone unit and flat-panel unit, which each contributed about $1 billion in operating profit. The chipset

Spike Lee is Boring

I can appreciate Nokia trying to polish their image from a cell phone to a mobile device company by bringing in Spike Lee to do a concept project Mr. Lee has done

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Music service looks set to cost Nokia

Nokia looks like it is heading for more trouble following the news that its 'Comes With Music' service seems set to severely damage its handset profit margins. According to the Hollywood Reporter,

Key vendors absent from new LTE licensing scheme

Six vendors announced they have committed to a framework designed to offer predictable and more transparent IP licensing. Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson, NEC, NextWave Wireless, Nokia, Nokia Siemens