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Sony Ericsson may not turnaround until 2010

Analysts are painting a grim short-term outlook for Sony Ericsson. Neil Mawston, handset analyst with Strategy Analytics, says that the handset maker may see a bump in sales over Christmas, however,

Nokia unveils fancy carbon fiber phone

Nokia unveiled a new high-end mobile phone, the Nokia 8800 Carbon Arte that is made of carbon fiber, titanium,

Forum Nokia recognizes innovative developers

Forum Nokia recognized eight developers as part of its 2008 Innovation Series. The series recognizes small- and mid-sized developers for offering interesting and previously unavailable services for

Nokia, Microsoft at work on Zune integration?

While Microsoft recently refuted speculation it is at work on a converged Zune/Windows Mobile device, a new rumor circulating across the

Nokia commits another $150M to mobile investment

Nokia announced it will commit an additional $150 million to its equity and venture capital management arm Nokia Growth Partners, increasing total funds under management for direct investments to

Nokia cuts handset prices

Handset maker Nokia has reportedly reduced the prices on many of its music and multimedia phones by up to 10 percent. The price cuts are surprising considering the company reported strong second

Chart: Telecom infrastructure vendor revenues for 2Q 2008

Here is a roundup of telecom infrastructure vendor revenues:

Mobile mapping on the rise

More and more customers are using mobile maps according to a report by comscore m:metrics with 8 per cent of US mobile subscribers and 3 per cent of Europeans accessing maps in the three months to

Nokia/Qualcomm--new best friends

Nokia and Qualcomm have finally ended their long-winded and frequently acrimonious legal battle over patents. The two companies had legal actions pending in the US, UK, France, Germany, Italy and

How low did Qualcomm go on the royalty front?

Nokia and Qualcomm have now settled their nasty patent disputes that spanned three years across the U.S., Europe and Asia. What was primarily at issue was the renegotiation of a patent agreement