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Samsung profits as it becomes top global handset firm

Samsung now sells more mobile phones than any other company, having overtaken former market leader Nokia.The shift, noted by analyst firm Strategy Analytics, marks the first time Nokia has lost the top spot since it overtook then-leader Motorola in 1998, according to a BBC report.

April 27, 2012 by

Apple vs Nokia in fight to set nano-SIM standard (updated)

There's a minor battle going on between Apple and much of the mobile phone manufacturing industry to agree a new standard for a smaller SIM identity cards for mobile phones. Motorola Mobility, RIM and Nokia claim they have a superior proposal for the so-called 4FF (fourth form factor) "nano SIM" design.

March 26, 2012 by

Filing hints at Google bias toward Motorola

Google may have been giving preferential treatment to Motorola for some time, according to documents that have emerged from the Google-Oracle case.That case is largely concerned with Android's use of Java, but a document made public late on Tuesday by Judge Alsup relates to Google's internal plans for benefiting from Android, an open-source mobile operating system that is free to license.

September 8, 2011 by

Will Microsoft buy Nokia? Should they?

In the wake of Google's bid for Motorola, some analysts are arguing that Microsoft should snap up Nokia. But why would they want to do that?

August 22, 2011

Motorola and Huawei settle legal battle

Motorola Solutions and Huawei have stated that they have settled all litigation between them. As a result, Motorola Solutions will transfer its commercial agreements to Nokia Siemens Networks.

April 13, 2011

Motorola Solutions, Huawei settle legal battle

Motorola Solutions and Huawei said they have settled all litigation between the two companies. As a result, Motorola Solutions will transfer its commercial agreements with Nokia Siemens Networks.

April 13, 2011

I want a Nokia Windows Phone, and here's why

Nokia is wonderful at hardware. But like Motorola, another veteran of awesome industrial design, Nokia is not terribly strong on the software front — once upon a time it was, but it proved unable to shake itself loose from the now-outdated software of its glory days.

February 11, 2011 by

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