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Nokia admits power problems in N8 handset

b>HELSINKI:/bNokia Corp said its top N8 model, aimed at making up lost ground in the smartphone market, has had power problems with some handsets not turning on after recharging.

Business

Google's new mobile phone

SAN FRANCISCO: Google Inc. is determined to gain more influence over how the Web is used on mobile phones, even if the next step in the quest tramples some of the relationships forged during its two-year expansion into the wireless industry.

Business

Sprint's Hesse mum on consolidation rumors

KANSAS CITY, Missouri: Sprint Nextel Corp.'s chief executive said Thursday that consolidation in the wireless industry may be coming but it will be difficult.

Community

Trade mission to gather info on wireless tech

DUE to the rising need for information technology and communication (ICT) exchange, the MCA ICT Resource Centre (MIRC) is sending 30 young entrepreneurs on a trade mission to Singapore on April 23.

Business

Food and mobile phone sectors thriving despite economic woes

AT a time when consumer spending is expected to slow down, two sectors seem to indicate they may be relatively resilient - food and beverage (FB) and mobile phone communications.

Business

Nokia, Qualcomm settle long-running dispute

SAN DIEGO (AP) - Nokia Corp. and Qualcomm Inc. said Wednesday they agreed to settle a high-stakes licensing dispute and end a bitter legal battle that has lasted nearly three years and spanned three continents.

Business

US households spend more on cell phones than land lines

WASHINGTON (AP) - With Americans cutting the cord to their land lines, 2007 is likely to be the first calendar year in which U.S. households spend more on cell phone services, industry and government officials say.

Business

Virgin Mobile sets price for share offering

Virgin Mobile USA Inc, a venture of Sprint Nextel Corp and Richard Branson's Virgin Group on Tuesday set a price range of US$15 to US$17 a share for a planned initial public offering to raise up to US$467.5mil.

Business

Bharti eyes higher share in booming market

India's largest mobile operator Bharti Televentures expects the explosive growth in mobile users to continue and has set its sights on a higher share of the market, its chairman said on Tuesday.

Business

Challenges facing the music industry

Music is a dominant commercial art form, involving a wide network of people and industries. In the age of globalisation, music is a universal tool for communication that transcends age and generation gaps, doubling as a lucrative export commodity.