Wireless patent holder InterDigital has filed a patent violation complaint with the US ITC, seeking to ban US sales of certain handsets and tablets developed by Nokia, Huawei and ZTE.
KPN has blamed the growing popularity of VoIP apps such as Skype for an 11% slump in second quarter profit to €414 million ($601.1 million).
Shares in Juniper Networks crashed 17% on Tuesday after the company warned it was expecting a slow third quarter due to “market weakness,” and posted second-quarter earnings that slightly missed Street targets.
Microsoft said it had completed development work for major WP7 update Mango, and has sent off the code to handset maker partners. The update is on track to launch in the northern hemisphere's Autumn.
A US senator has called on regulators to reject the $39 billion takeover of T-Mobile USA by AT&T, arguing that consumers could be left paying up to 25% more for wireless services post-merger.
Following the collapse of News Corp's attempt to acquire Britain's BSkyB, shares in Australian pay TV operator Austar have slumped well below the bid for the company placed by News Corp-backed pay TV incumbent Foxtel, with analysts predicting there's now only a 25% chance the deal will go through in its current form.
Israeli Wimax equipment maker Alvarion swung back to a $1.5 million profit in the second quarter, after beating analysts' projections by growing revenue during the quarter.