February 9, 2012

Daily News February 9, 2012

Nokia to Cut 4,000 Jobs, Shift Production to Asia

Nokia plans changes to its manufacturing operations to increase efficiency in smartphone production

Sprint Nextel Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2011 Results

Sprint loss widens on iPhone costs

Sprint Sells 1.8 Million iPhones in Initial Quarter, With 40 Percent Going to New Customers

Baltimore and Kansas City Sprint Customers to Benefit from 4G LTE and 3G Enhancements in 2012

NTT buys back $2.2 bln of own shares, govt stake at 33.3 pct

RIM to release BlackBerry 10 operating system later 2012

BlackBerry App World hits 6 million daily downloads

RIM plays mythbuster, says app interest actually really high

Telenor Posts Quarterly Financial Loss After Indian Write-Down

Verizon Wireless Bringing Back Double Data Promotion

Ericsson Wins French Network Upgrade Contract

Apple warns developers who manipulate App Store rankings

Introducing Chrome for Android - Official Google Mobile Blog

Android Chrome asks for NFC

China Mobile to set up TD-LTE network in Hong Kong

Rumor: China Mobile, CBC to Continue CMMB Cooperation

Bharti African operations cross 50m subscriber mark

NBTC considering tower-share scheme

Tech spending was strong in 2011, despite sluggish economy

Davis Names Top-25 Companies with Most Brand Capital in 2011

Renesas, Fujitsu, Panasonic Rise on Chip-Unit Merger Report: Tokyo Mover

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