Nokia pulls more than US$5 billion in business from contract manufacturers, iSuppli says

Nokia has stopped using outside contract manufacturers for the assembly of its phones, dealing yet another blow to the beleaguered electronics contract manufacturing business that is expected to see a loss of U    

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ABI: Expect flat handset growth in 2010

Almost every research firm has predicted that handset sales will fall in 2009, and ABI is no different. In a new report, the firm is predicting an 8 percent drop in 2009. However, the bright side, if it can be    

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Smartphone market share increases rapidly worldwide, says AdMob

Despite challenging economic conditions, smartphones continued to gain significant market share worldwide over the past six months, rising from 26% to 33% of demand in February 2009, according to the mobile adv    

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Samsung, LG compete in handset design

Samsung Electronics and LG electronics are engaging in a fierce handset design competition as the rival South Korean companies seek to gain a competitive edge in an increasingly crowded handset market. Samsung    

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HTC allowed to ship Android-powered handsets to Germany in the meantime, says paper

High Tech Computer (HTC) will be allowed to ship its Android-powered smartphones to Germany in the meantime as a petition court in Germany has decided to review in four weeks an injunction requested by IPCom to    

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Dell says smartphone to be released on schedule

Dell will not delay the launch of its new smartphone lineup and is on schedule to release devices in line with its internal roadmap, company CEO Michael Dell said recently in Taipei. However Dell did not public    

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Giantplus expects utilization rate to exceed 90% in April

Taiwan-based small- to medium-size LCD panel maker Giantplus Technology expects its utilization rate to exceed 90% in April amid recovering demand from China's handset market, according to market sources.    

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Mobile TV subscribers to reach 472 million by 2013, Cantab Wireless forecasts

The number of people receiving mobile TV will reach 472 million by 2013, according Cantab Wireless. Cantab Wireless argues that subscriber growth is anticipated to be strongest in Asia at first, especially in K    

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Ericsson rumored withdrawal from Sony Ericsson may affect partnerships with Taiwan handset makers

Market reports are circulating again that Ericsson is planning to withdraw from its 50/50 joint venture Sony Ericsson with Sony – a move that may cause a drastic change in partnerships between the han    

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How to successfully trade cell phones
Mar 18, 2009 (Updated Jun 13, 2011) Cellpex, United States, Ohio - Support

    You may be able to find a new business opportunity or profit growth by finding partners locally or directly importing goods from overseas.     This can    

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