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Ericsson and Samsung have ended several wireless patent disputes in a cross-licensing deal that could be worth billions.
Although NSA's elite joint special operations command brags that they've been able to track switched off mobile phones for almost a decade, no one quite knows how they did it.
Facebook, Samsung, Ericsson, MediaTek, Nokia, Opera, and Qualcomm have teamed up to bring the internet to the two thirds of the world's population without access.
Request comes in response to Ericsson's earlier request that U.S. International Trade Commission ban some of Samsung's products amid the ongoing patent dispute between both vendors.
Ericsson is turning up the heat another notch on world's biggest smartphone seller with a plea to the ITC.
[UPDATE] Swedish telecoms company takes legal action in the U.S. after Samsung allegedly refuses to sign a licensing agreement under Fair, Reasonable and Non-Discriminatory (FRAND) terms despite a two-year negotiation.
The Taiwanese manufacturer is the latest to say which of its devices will get upgrades to Android 4.0, following similar announcements from Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, LG and Asus
Executives from Samsung, LG, Sony Ericsson, and ZTE all assert that Google's pending purchase of Motorola Mobility won't hurt the Android ecosystem.
T-Mobile has launched what it says is the only six-month business phone contract that comes with a free handset.Announced on Tuesday, the plan comes with a choice of free phones — those opting for a £25-per-month contract will get a Nokia C3 Touch & Type, while those going for a £30-per-month version will be able to choose between the Nokia C3 Touch & Type, Nokia C5, Nokia C5-03, Samsung Monte (S5620) and Sony Ericsson Xperia X8.
At Mobile World Congress, the chips that power mobile devices are getting as much attention as the gadgets themselves. Over the past week Broadcom, Nvidia, Qualcomm, Samsung ST-Ericsson and Texas Instruments have announced new chips that look more like PC processors.
Companies like HTC, Samsung, LG, Asus, Acer, Sony Ericsson, Lenovo and Dell have all announced new products at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week in Las Vegas, but so far none of them have confirmed plans to launch their new products in Australia.
Sprint will phase out its Nextel network and aim for a multi-mode network that will save costs. Sprint has picked Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson and Samsun to deploy its network plan, dubbed Network Vision
O2 has become the first UK operator to implement an eco rating system for mobile devices from various manufacturers.The scheme has been backed by six major mobile manufacturers, including Nokia, Sony Ericsson, HTC, LG, Samsung and Palm, but other big players such as Apple are absent from the list.
ARM, IBM, Samsung, ST-Ericsson and Texas Instruments form new company called Linaro to help developers optimize Linux distributions for ARM's architecture.
ARM, IBM, Samsung, ST-Ericsson, Freescale and Texas Instruments have set up a new company called Linaro to help developers optimise Linux distros for ARM's architecture
Every year that I have gone to CES, there is one event that stands out above all the rest and that is the Pepcom Digital Experience press event. I could actually go to this event, wander the floor for a couple of hours, meet with about five people and have a great CES experience. I attended last night and spent the entire three hours it was open walking through row and row of vendors, something around 125 total. I stuck to the vendors in the mobile space and those who I have some other interest in and they included Microsoft, HTC, Lenovo, Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, Roku, Wilson Electronics, OLED Association, PowerMat, Barnes & Noble, Motorola, LG, Novatel Wireless, and many more. I wrote up some thoughts of my favorites who had products that really interested me and included them in my CES 2010 image gallery.
CES 2010: The Powermat wireless charging system now uses swappable batteries for HTC, Blackberry, Nokia, LG, Samsung, Motorola and Sony Ericsson phones.
Ten of the world's top mobile phone suppliers have agreed to back an EU-wide standardization of phone chargers, the European Commission said on Monday.Apple, LG, Motorola, NEC, Nokia, Qualcomm, Research in Motion, Samsung, Sony Ericsson and Texas Instruments have all signed the agreement.
Apple ignited a firestorm of competition when it announced the iPhone in January of 2007. Since then the touchscreen smartphone segment has been ablaze with competition from all the major OEMs and carriers, including Nokia (Tube), RIM (Thunder/Storm), LG (Voyager), Samsung (Instinct), Sony Ericsson (X1), HTC (G1) and yes, even Motorola (Krave ZN4).
Eight-megapixel camera phones are no longer so unusual--we've known about the Sony Ericsson C905 for a while and the recently announced Samsung Pixon has been getting a lot of buzz since it was announced last week. But the LG Renoir and LG KC780 have added so many camera features that it's easy to forget that these are cell phones.
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