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RIM marketing boss sees silver lining in BlackBerry delay

TORONTO: A delay in the launch of the new generation of BlackBerrys until next year will give retailers more time to focus on the revamped smartphones once they hit store shelves, Research In Motion Ltd's new marketing chief said on Monday.

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RIM fills long-vacant chief marketing job

b>TORONTO/b>: Research In Motion Ltd (RIM) named a pair of wireless industry veterans to senior management roles as it prepares for the make-or-break launch of its next-generation BlackBerry 10 smartphones later this year.

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Nokia, HTC win European patent ruling

b>HELSINKI/b>: Finland's Nokia and Taiwan's HTC won a key European ruling that a patent of German firm IPCom, which was threatening sales of their phones in Germany, was invalid in its current form.

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Nokia to shut Indian mobile money service

Nokia will close down Nokia Money, a financial service it runs in India, as it continues to narrow its focus on its phone business and location-based services.

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Google Inc's results trounces Wall Street expectations

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc's results trounced Wall Street expectations with the help of strong advertising sales and deft cost controls, driving its shares roughly 6 percent higher.

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Google’s Q3 eases fears over ad market, costs

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bGoogle Inc's results trounced Wall Street expectations with the help of strong advertising sales and deft cost controls, driving its shares roughly 6% higher.

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FCC adopts rules to drive wireless competition

WASHINGTON: Federal regulators adopted rules Thursday to drive more competition in wireless broadband as more people access the Internet using iPhones and other popular mobile devices.

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Nokia sues Apple again over patents

b>HELSINKI/b>: Nokia Corp is suing Apple Inc in the United States for allegedly infringing patents in its mobile phones, portable music players, Tablets and computers.

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Deal to combine AT&T, T-Mobile raises questions

WASHINGTON: ATT's surprise announcement that it plans to acquire T-Mobile USA will force federal regulators to confront a difficult antitrust question: Can American consumers get good wireless service at a fair price if they must choose between just two national companies?

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Wireless advances could mean no more cell towers

NEW YORK: As cell phones have spread, so have large cell towers - those unsightly stalks of steel topped by transmitters and other electronics that sprouted over the last decade.