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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Could spell trouble for Qualcomm.
200 jobs lost.
Eight inches the cut-off point.
New low-end phones will use Microsoft and Nokia cloud features but run Android apps.
Scalextric enters the digital age with a new interface for mobile race control.
French mobile manufacturer broadening budget phone lineup.
Ubuntu's new phone will run Ubuntu and Android and have 128GB of storage.
Sony's upcoming flagship phone looks set to have a 20mp camera with xenon flash.
British Telecom is to launch a mobile phone service after securing a portion of 4G spectrum.
Microsoft has announced a new streaming service for Xbox 360, Smartglass.
Fujitsu announces a phone with similar technical capabilities to a netbook.
Apple plans smaller SIMs to enable slimmer handsets in the future.
To deal with its 'competitive failings' Nokia announces a close partnership with Microsoft.
A Cambridge firm claims to have developed a way to bring the joys of touch to old 'phones.
The BPhone smartphone has just launched in China, and it's an interesting hybrid of bulky smartphone and micro-miniaturised netbook-stroke-tablet PC.
Korean mobile provider SK Telecom has unveiled its latest creation - a SIM card which contains CPU, RAM, 1GB of flash storage, and a copy of Google's Android.
Rumours have again surfaced that Sony is working to create a PSP phone system, with work set to start on the project very soon.
Nokia will use Intel x86 chips to make future mobile products.
Toshiba says it's now sampling the world's first 32nm NAND flash memory, which will lead to higher density USB drives.
Nokia has reported a massive 90 percent drop in profits in the first financial quarter of 2009, with the slowing global economy continuing to bite.
Garmin-Asus are allegedly planning an Android-based low-cost smartphone to be sold under the Eee brand, positioned alongside current WinMo and Linux devices.
Motorola has announced the closure of its Windows Mobile development centre in Florida, prompting speculation that it is ditching the platform in favour of Google's Android.
Rumour has it that Palm is to launch a new handheld OS dubbed 'Nova' at CES, based around the open-source Linux platform - and possibly followed by some fresh hardware.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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