February 8, 2012

Daily News February 8, 2012

Smartphone Market Hits All-Time Quarterly High Due To Seasonal Strength and Wider Variety of Offerings, According to IDC

Ofcom to force down wholesale broadband costs, but BT disputes decision

BT Wi-Fi Hotspot Numbers Pass 3.5 Million

Samsung Electronics mulling to merge Samsung Mobile Display

Verizon Forms Venture With Coinstar’s Redbox to Challenge Netflix in Video

Sprint Partners with Orange Business Services to Extend Global M2M Reach

Gartner Says Western European PC Shipments Fell 16 Percent in Fourth Quarter of 2011

CMT outlines revised timetable for MTR reductions

Rogers announces two new LTE devices with 4G speeds up to 40Mbps

Teardown: Samsung Cuts LTE Cost in Half

DROID 4 by Motorola Ready to Work and Play on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Network

“We will do everything we can to stay in India,” says Telenor

NEC Launches Sales of Compact All-in-one LTE Base Station

New Entrant Wins Mobile License in Hong Kong Spectrum Auction

The NPD Group: Apple Leads Mobile Handsets in Q4 2011, But Android Attracts More First-Time Smartphone Buyers

Consumer Mobile App Revenues Expected to Pass $50bn by 2016

Here’s How PayPal Is Pitching Mobile Payments to Major Retailers (Slideshow)

Superslim Samsung Galaxy S III could drop in May

Tele2’s EBITDA grows 12%, 6% in Q4, FY

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