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Faster smartphones spark race for ways out of data crunch

LIGHTER, faster and even smarter smartphones will premiere at the world's biggest mobile fair this week, sparking a race for ways to prevent network overload from rendering the phones 'dumb.'


HTC betting on cameras, music

b>BARCELONA/TAIPEI/b>: Taiwan's HTC Corp, the world's No 5 smartphone maker, launched a range of models, packing advanced cameras and music functions into new designs. It is a push to recover from a rapid fall from grace in a challenging and fickle market.


Samsung aiming to nearly double smartphone sales

b>SEOUL/b>: Samsung Electronics' mobile chief said it aims to nearly double its smartphone sales this year from last year, stepping up its battle with arch rival Apple Inc.


iPhone loses China market share

b>HONG KONG/BEIJING/b>: Apple Inc's share of China's booming smartphone market slipped for a second straight quarter in October-December, as it lost ground to cheaper local brands and as some shoppers held off until after the iPhone 4S launch last month.


Apple launches new legal attack on Samsung phones

b>NEW YORK:/bApple Inc has asked a federal court in California to block Samsung Electronics Co Ltd from selling its new Galaxy Nexus smartphones, alleging patent violations.


Kodak to shutter camera business

b>NEW YORK:/bEastman Kodak Co, inventor of the digital camera, plans to get out of that business in the first half of the year as the bankrupt company looks to cut costs.


Samsung launches ‘future-proof’ Smart TV

The world's top TV maker has launched its flagship ES8000 Smart TV in Korea, welcoming what the company says is 'The Future of Smart TV, Now.'


Sony’s Hirai to extend PlayStation strategy

b>TOKYO:/bIncoming CEO Kazuo Hirai aims to re-shape Sony Corp by linking hardware and software through online networks - a model he used at its PlayStation unit - dismissing any suggestion the battered brand would revert to a gadget-centred strategy under his management.


RIM tells European developers it’s ‘ready to compete’

b>AMSTERDAM/b>: Next-generation software for BlackBerry's smartphones is 'ready to compete,' Research In Motion's new chief executive, Thorsten Heins, told more than 2,000 technical developers, expressing confidence in RIM's long-term future.


Panasonic posts RM95bil quarterly loss

b>TOKYO/b>: Panasonic Corp posted a quarterly net loss of 197.6bil yen (RM95bil) and forecast a record 780bil yen (RM374bil) full-year net loss, hurt by weak demand for its TVs and the cost of restructuring operations.