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Mobile World Congress: Nokia unveils 4 phones

Nokia unveiled four handsets at Mobile World Congress, including the successor to its flagship N95--the N96. The new version has a larger screen, more memory and will cost about $800. Nokia also

FEATURE: FierceFlash- Photo Slideshow

FierceWireless is on the scene at Mobile World Congress. Here are a few images from our photo

Apple's iPhone is 3rd most shipped smartphone

According to a recent report from Canalys, Apple's iPhone is the third-best selling smartphone in the world. The iPhone had a 6.5 percent market share worldwide during the fourth quarter, according

SPOTLIGHT: Germany demands $60.5M from Nokia

A German state government is demanding that Nokia give back subsidies of about $60.5 million used to revamp a part of the plant the handset maker recently announced it would close.

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zzzPhone offers customized mobile phones

An online mobile phone vendor, called zzzPhone, has adapted the Dell model of customized, factory-direct computers for the mobile phone industry. zzzPhones aims to focus on feature phones with large

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Nokia faces $17.7B patent suit

Patent holding firm IP-Com has filed a $17.7 billion lawsuit against Nokia for alleged patent infringement. IP-Com is just under 50 percent owned by private equity firm Fortress Investment Group.

Nokia acquiring Trolltech for $153 million

Nokia announced it will make a public voluntary tender offer to acquire Norwegian open source software provider Trolltech for about $153 million, heralding a significant win for the snowballing

Kyocera to pull out of China's handset market

Japan's Kyocera has announced plans to leave China's thriving mobile handset market because of mounting losses and cheaper producers. Kyocera will dissolve its joint venture with Chinese electronics