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LTE is changing the landscape of IPR wealth

While the 2G, 3G, and 3.5G IPR landscape was dominated by Qualcomm, Nokia, and Ericsson, the arrival of LTE is seeing the emergence of new players such as Samsung, LG and Huawei, who have dramatically improved their patent portfolio for LTE compared to previous technologies. more

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Ericsson Buys Nortel's Korean Joint Venture with LG Electronics

Ericsson has agreed to buy Nortel's majority shareholding (50%+1 share) in LG-Nortel, the joint venture of LG Electronics and Nortel Networks for an undisclosed amount in shares. more

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Worldwide Mobile Phone Shipments Down by 15.8% in First Quarter

The worldwide mobile phone market began 2009 with an expected sequential downturn, exacerbated by the challenges of the ongoing worldwide recession. more

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Financial Sites Popular Among Older European Mobile Web Users

comScore has reported that financial services sites, such as those offering banking and stock trading services, are the most popular among European mobile subscribers older than 55, more

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Mobile Handset Market Stays Afloat with 258 Million Shipped in 1Q-2009

Despite tough corporate and unemployment news making the headlines, the mobile handset-buying public did not head to the hills during the first quarter of 2009. more

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Smartphone sales buck the recession

A report by Infonetics Research is forecasting an 8% drop in the total number of mobile phones sold in 2009, to 1.1 billion worldwide (down from 1.2 billion in 2008), in line with predictions from Nokia, among others. more

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Voice over LTE Initiative Launched

The joint effort aims to define a set of specifications within the forum for enabling delivery of voice services over LTE access networks based on the current 3GPP Generic Access Network (GAN) standard. more

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Are Smartphones Immune to the Financial Crisis in Western Europe?

The market for Western European converged mobile devices (commonly referred to as smartphones) experienced a good performance in the last quarter of 2008. According to IDC's European Mobile Phone Tracker, vendors shipped 9.3 million units, 25.9% higher than the 7.4 million shipped in 4Q07. more

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Worldwide Mobile Phone Sales Down by 5% in Q4 '08

The global economic downturn had a significant impact on the mobile phone industry as worldwide mobile phone sales to end users totalled 314.7 million units in the fourth quarter of 2008, a 4.6 per cent decline from the fourth quarter of 2007, more

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Western European Mobile Phone Market now in Recession

Three consecutive quarters of negative growth have led the Western European mobile phone market into recession. According to IDC's European Mobile Phone Tracker, vendors shipped 53.6 million units in 4Q08, 13.5% lower than the 62 million units shipped in 4Q07. more

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