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Japan's KDDI has reported a 4.8% increase in Q3 profit to 68.19 billion yen ($896.6 million), but has maintained its forecast of a 2% decrease in profit for the full year.

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Your Non-Political Argument Starter of the week: Fierce Wireless has posted a short list of the worst wireless CEOs of all time.

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Nokia swung to a pre-tax loss of €151 million ($207.9 million) in the third quarter, as lower sales in its devices and navigation businesses offset growth at its Nokia-Siemens infrastructure joint venture.
 
The vendor’s net income fell from a profit of €322 million in 3Q10 as revenue from its devices and services division fell by a quarter year-on-y

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Samsung has been reported to have achieved a milestone in the September quarter by beating Apple in terms of smartphone shipments.
 
An unnamed source told the Wall Street Journal that Samsung shipped over

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Apple endured mixed fortunes this week, with record iPhone 4S sales offset by lower than expected earnings for the third quarter.

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Nokia’s Symbian-based phones have failed to generate a significant amount of positive interest in mature markets, with stronger competitors Android and Apple’s iOS constantly hogging the headlines.
 
With pressure mounting and market share slipping, the Finnish company’s late

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For the first time since 2007, Apple has given consumers little incentive to upgrade to its latest iPhone.

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OvumOperators looking to invest hundreds of millions or even billions of dollars into their networks want assurance their infrastructure partners will be around for the long haul.

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The prospect of a mobile platform headed by Intel and Samsung, and closely tied into the mobile operators, should be terrifying for rivals.

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