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SAN FRANCISCO -(Dow Jones)- The maker of a hot-selling revolutionary phone cuts its price to spur more mass-market demand. more
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STOCKHOLM -(Dow Jones)- Research firm Gartner Wednesday said worldwide mobile phone sales will continue to rise between 10% and 15% in 2008, but said the value of the market will be lower than expected. more
NEW YORK -(Dow Jones)- Motorola shareholders may be pleased with the company's decision to split its handset business now, but competitors may have the last laugh. more
NEW YORK -(Dow Jones)- Carl Icahn 1, Motorola 0.
The Schaumburg, Ill., company said Wednesday it would split off its troubled handset business into a separate publicly traded business, relenting to demands by the activist investor.
The move would create an independent mobile devices company, which accounted for roughly half of Motorola's total revenue in the fourth quarter. It also leaves standing alone a company that makes TV set-top boxes, wireless equipment, public-safety radios and bar-code scanners. In an industry where others are consolidating, Motorola is going the opposite route. more
.. and Krazr models in the U.S. after two months on the market. Experts say the company didn't seem to learn from past mistakes in its cell-phone unit. A decade ago, when Motorola didn't plan a follow-up to its successful StarTac phone - one of the more
SEOUL -(Dow Jones)- Motorola, Friday started selling the next generation of its popular and ultra-slim razr cellphone in South Korea ahead of a global launch scheduled for July. more
NEW YORK -(Dow Jones)- Motorola's missteps in the first quarter cast a pall over the handset industry, leaving other key players in a holding pattern. more
STOCKHOLM -(Dow Jones)- Nokia is expected to post a 1.9% drop in fourth-quarter net profit Thursday, with sales growth crimped by falling prices, a greater focus on lower-margin handsets and weakness in the networks division. more
STOCKHOLM -(Dow Jones)- Nokia Corp. (NOK) is seeing shortages of its much-hyped N90 camera phone due to strong initial demand, a spokesman told Dow Jones Newswires Monday. more
NEW YORK -(Dow Jones)- Motorola Inc. (MOT) expects to grab market share in the hard-fought mobile handset business without sacrificing earnings growth. more