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Nokia Quietly Kills Linux-Based Meltemi, Report Says

According to a new report, Meltemi was supposed to be Linux-based and replace the Series 40 software found in feature phones. [Read more]...

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Google Told Samsung Not to Copy Apple

Apple's continued disputes with Samsung reach new levels next week when yet another trial kicks off. But this time, Apple plans to argue its case using a raft of internal Samsung documents that openly admit that the company mimicked the iPhone—and was even warned off doing so by Google. More »...

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Judge Sanctions Samsung For Destroying Evidence in Apple Case

A California federal judge has sanctioned Samsung for destroying evidence which makes up part of a case it's fighting against Apple over patent infringement. Naughty, Samsung. More »...

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Is This The Most Boring Branch Of Enterprise Mobility?

Within the enterprise mobile sphere, there was one thing I almost used to dread writing about because it seemed so deadly dull. At least that’s what I used to think.

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Huawei Profit Down 22 Percent in 1H, Blames Economy

Chinese telecoms giant says challenging market and economic landscape caused lower operating profit of US$1.4 billion for first half of 2012 over last year, despite 5.1 percent rise in sales to US$16.07 billion.

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