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HTC profit falls but beats expectations

Taiwanese smartphone vendor HTC has reported falls in net profit for both Q4 and full-year 2008, but beaten analyst expectations.

HTC leak hints at G2 and new Windows phones

A device roadmap purported to include every smartphone that Taiwanese handset vendor HTC currently has in development has been leaked to the Internet.

US patent firm seeks ban on imports

Cellular News reports that, following a complaint late last year by patent holdings firm, Saxon Innovations, the US International Trade Commission (ITC) has voted to institute an investigation of certain electronic devices.

Huawei tipped to join Android party in Barcelona

Speculation is mounting that Huawei could launch a mobile device based on Google’s Android platform at next month’s GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

Vodafone UK confirms HTC Magic ships in April

A posting on Vodafone UK’s website notes that HTC’s Magic device – powered by Android – will be available from the operator next month.

HTC to appeal German patent ruling

Cellular News notes that Taiwan based handset manufacturer HTC says it will appeal against a German court ruling that it had infringed patents owned by holding firm, IP-com, related to 3G radio technologies.

Gartner: Nokia lead in smartphones drops 10%

Nokia’s share of the global smartphone market slumped by 10.1 percent in the final quarter of 2008 as rivals such as Samsung, Research In Motion (RIM), HTC and Apple made gains, according to new figures from Gartner.

HTC launches global marketing push

Taiwanese smartphone vendor HTC has ramped up its efforts to become a household name with the launch of its first global advertising campaign.

HTC Maple phone rumoured to make debut

Cellular News notes that Taiwan’s HTC is reported to be planning to show off a ‘BlackBerry-style’ handset at the CTIA Wireless 2009 trade show next month.

Symbian loses market share as RIM grows

Symbian is losing dominance in the smartphone operating system (OS) market according to Gartner, with the analyst firm claiming that Symbian’s share of the global OS market decreased to 47.1 percent in the fourth-quarter of 2008.