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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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


BlackBerry maker RIM loses patent dispute with Nokia

This could halt the sale of RIM products if it does not reach a new royalties deal with the Finnish company.


HP eyes tablet comeback with Android-backed Slate 7

HP announced the launch of an Android tablet as part of an effort to expand its share in the mobile devices market.


Researchers hack Verizon device, turn it into mobile spy station

Two security experts said they have figured out how to spy on Verizon Wireless mobile phone customers by hacking into devices the US carrier sells to boost wireless signals indoors.


Great potential in small cells for expanding network capacity

Many telcos in South-East Asia are now faced with the challenge of expanding their network capacity in order to meet the demands of a growing subscriber base. One practical way of doing so, according to Alcatel-Lucent, is through the use of small cells.


US carriers agree to new cellphone 'unlocking' policy

Major US wireless carriers on Thursday pledged to make it easier for consumers to "unlock" their mobile phones for use on competitors' networks, responding to pressure from consumer groups and the top US communications regulator.