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Trolltech to release Qt for Windows CE

Mobile software developer Trolltech-- acquired by Nokia in late January for $154 million--announced

Texas Instruments lowers profit forecast

Texas Instruments lowered its range of expected profits for the first quarter of 2008 to between 41 cents and 45 cents a share, which is 3 cents lower than its previous forecast from January.

ALSO NOTED: Rethinking D2C; Qualcomm buys Xiam; and much more...

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Another Motorola departure: Stu Reed

A mere month after newly installed CEO Greg Brown pushed him aside to take over the mobile division at Motorola himself, Stu Reed has left the troubled company. Reed's departure comes a few short

Nokia's $2B China deal is lower than in 2007

Nokia has renewed its distributor deal with China's Postel for $2 billion worth of phones in 2008. While the figure is still impressive, Redeye analyst Greger Johansson, points out that the contract

SPOTLIGHT: InterDigital banks on patent wins

Apple has already inked a deal with InterDigital for licensing its technology on the iPhone, and Research In Motion has too. Nokia and Samsung are holding out, however, and it's up to the ITC to

QUICKLINKS: Microsoft settles up with Visto; Google again Opera's mobile search du jour;

> Microsoft settles up with Visto. FierceWireless > Google again Opera's mobile search du jour.

ALSO NOTED: Motricity restructures; Vodafone's MMS-based search; and much more...

> Cricket Wireless plans to add 100 jobs. Article > China Mobile CEO still interested in iPhone.

U.K. gives Nokia another win against Qualcomm

After losing a ruling from the ITC in the U.S.

SPOTLIGHT: T-Mobile Germany dropping Nokia phones?

Despite the claims of an unsourced report in a German magazine over the weekend, T-Mobile Germany said it has no plans to drop support for five Nokia handsets just because they will enable users to