Nokia 2710 navigation edition lands
The Nokia 2710 Navigation Edition, the company’s “most affordable” Nokia Maps loaded, GPS-enabled phone has been unveiled.
Yahoo sees growth in mobile ads
Reuters reports that Yahoo expects “exponential” growth in mobile advertising even as the overall market is only starting to emerge from its deep downturn.
Network spending drops 10% in Q3
Global mobile infrastructure revenues declined 10 percent in the third quarter to US$9 billion, mainly due to a slowdown in 3G buildout in China.
ST-Ericsson may cut another 600 jobs
Mobile chipmaker ST-Ericsson, a joint venture of STMicroelectronics and Ericsson, today announced plans to cut up to 600 more jobs as it unveiled additional cost-cutting procedures.
Twitter founder launches iPhone payment product
Jack Dorsey, who came up with the idea for Twitter and is now the micro-blogging site’s chairman, has just unveiled Square, his new technology start-up which allows someone with an iPhone or iPod Touch to begin accepting credit or debit card payments instantly.
3G accounts for one-fifth of world’s mobile connections in 3Q09
Global 3G connections are now evenly split between CDMA2000- and WCDMA- based technologies
Motorola continues work on separation
Motorola continues to work on a separation of its businesses, which continues to be its “strategy of record,” according to co-chief executive Greg Brown, notes Dow Jones Newswires.
Vodafone creates mobile healthcare unit
Vodafone is to create a new business division targeted at delivering mobile technology into the healthcare sector
M&A deals hint at boom time for mobile stocks
It’s a sure-fire sign that credit markets are moving again when rumours of big M&A deals start ramping up…
Nokia today announced that its “Comes With Music flagship phone,” the X6, is now available in selected markets for EUR450 (before taxes and subsidies).