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Nokia Shows Off 3rd NFC Capable Mobile Phone

Nokia has shown off its third fully integrated Near Field Communication (NFC) mobile phone, the Nokia 6216 classic. more

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Mobile Phones Get Smarter at CTIA with Touch Screen Tech

This monthís International CTIA Wireless 2009 event in Las Vegas showcased in the mobile handsetís industry increasing focus on smart phones, as illustrated by prevalence of announcements related to touch-screen technology, according to iSuppli. more

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Great Expectations: Would You Look for a Touchscreen on a $50 Mobile Phone?

An ABI Research survey on mobile phone users' age-related feature and price assumptions found nearly half of the respondents in the 40-59 age bracket expected a touchscreen on a US$50 mobile device. more

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Mobile phone usage relatively safe from spending cutbacks

When asked about what measures they would take if they had to reduce their personal expenditure in 2009, very few consumers said they would stop using their mobile phone or switch to a cheaper mobile service, but consumer electronics purchases will be hit much more severely more

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Mobile broadband to be worth $137 billion by 2014

Users of mobile broadband services will grow from 181 million in 2008 to over 2 billion in 2014, growth of 1024%, according to Ovumís latest research. more

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BSNL Launches 3G Services in 11 Cities

Ericsson has issued an update on its Sept 2007 contract win from India's BSNL - and says it achieved the country's biggest simultaneous launch of 3G services to date, across 11 major cities. 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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Third of Brits Want Simple Phones

Despite the whizz-bang gadgetry of the iPhone and Blackberry Storm, Brits have a fondness for simpler times when it comes to mobile phones, according to UK based price comparison website, moneysupermarket. more

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Survey Finds: 17% of Shoppers Spent Over $100 on Mobile Apps in 2008

A survey of 235 US smartphone users who installed applications on their devices in 2008, conducted by ABI Research in November, reveals that a surprising 16.5% spent between $100 and $499. more

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iPhone in China: China Mobile or China Unicom?

The iPhone distribution negotiations between Apple and China Mobile were first reported in 2007. While many expected to see the two shake hands, no deal has yet been announced and it is now rumoured that Apple will partner with China Unicom instead. What is interesting is how the competitive environment will influence any cooperation. more

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