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Nokia quietly positions against Motorola

According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, Nokia is taking a low-key approach to positioning itself against Motorola and that company's recent decision to spin-out its handset business. Once

Is the handset market alive or dead?

Market analysts are at odds over which direction the handset market is headed. GfK claims that the global mobile phone market is growing at the fastest rate for five years, with 160 million extra

ALSO NOTED: Sony Ericsson marketing head resigns; AT&T's customized ringtones; and much more...

> Motorola's facing its troubles in the public eye, but is Sony Ericsson having some troubles of its own? Sony Ericsson's global marketing chief Dee Dutta left the company after six years.

Microsoft at work on new mobile web browser?

A recent BusinessWeek feature reports Microsoft is redoubling its mobile efforts to compete with the success of rival Apple's iPhone--Microsoft mobile communications business GM Scott Horn denies the

Nokia: Replacement sales to buoy earnings

Nokia went on the defensive after Sony Ericsson announced that its handset sales are slowing down and

Intel: WiMAX/WiFi chip coming in ultramobile PCs

Intel Senior Vice President Arun Chandrasekhar indicated that more than one-third of the ultramobile PCs coming to market later this year will include Intel's Atom Centrino platform, which offers

SPOTLIGHT: IMS: The $300 billion opportunity

The much-hyped IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) technology could realise US$300 billion in extra revenues for mobile operators over the next five years. This is the main conclusion of a new study by

ALSO NOTED: Azulstar looks to WiMAX; iPhone data metrics; and much more...

> Muni-WiFi player Azulstar shifts gears to WiMAX. Article > Intel:

ALSO NOTED: Boost's mobile ad platform; Sprint's new mobile Web; and much more...

> Sprint upgrades mobile web browsing. Article > Boost launches mobile ad platform.

Nokia factory closure--the story continues

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