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Samsung unveils 12MP cameraphone

Reuters notes that Samsung Electronics today unveiled the world’s first mobile phone with a 12-megapixel camera, a higher resolution than most digital cameras.

Ericsson launches embedded HSPA for netbooks

Ericsson has launched a new HSPA-enabled mobile broadband module specifically designed for mini laptops, or ‘netbooks.’

Sony Ericsson unveils new green strategy

Loss-making handset vendor Sony Ericsson has added the issue of environmental sustainability to its new product portfolio strategy, unveiling two ‘green’ devices amid plans to reduce CO2 emissions across the whole company by 20 percent by 2015.

Ericsson wins at 3 Italia

Ericsson has won a seven-year agreement with 3 Italia to upgrade its existing WCDMA/HSPA network

Ericsson scores managed services deal in Africa

Ericsson continues to win deals in the unglamorous but fast-growing managed services space, building on Friday’s contract announcement with 3 Italia with news today that it has won its first major deal in Africa via Zain Nigeria.

Ericsson takes US625M long-term loan to refinance debt

Mobile network equipment maker Ericsson has signed a long-term bilateral loan of US$625 million with the Swedish Export Credit Corporation.

Ericsson wins IMS contract with O2 Germany

Ericsson will provide Telefónica O2 Germany with an IMS core system with an IMS-based VoIP application server.

Ericsson licenses first LTE patents

Ericsson has signed its first licence agreements for LTE technology patents, allowing other companies to use its technology Reuters reported.

Ericsson names new CEO

Ericsson has named Hans Vestberg, 44, currently chief financial officer and executive vice president, as president and CEO, effective from 1 January 2010.

Business as usual at Ericsson, says new CEO

In an interview with the Financial Times, Hans Vestberg, incoming chief executive at Ericsson, pledged continuity at the vendor, claiming he will stick with his predecessor’s plan of organic growth and saw no reason to accelerate the firm’s cost-cutting programme.