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Poor app execution hurts Nokia smartphone share

Nokia is struggling against application-rich competitors such as Apple as customers increasingly want their handsets to be catch-all devices, according to Bloomberg.

India to ban replica handsets from China

The Financial Times reported that India is to block millions of cheap copy-cat Chinese mobile phones and accessories from flooding the market.

Intel-Nokia tie will take years to succeed

Intel’s former chief executive and chairman, Craig Barrett, said yesterday it would take “a few years” to see whether Intel’s technology partnership with Nokia succeeds, according to a Reuters report.

Nokia denies plans to move to Android

Nokia has denied reports it is developing a smartphone that runs on Google’s Android operating system, a move that would mark a major change in strategy for the Symbian-supporting vendor.

Nokia launches “most rugged” device yet

Nokia has introduced what it claims is its “most rugged handset to date.”

LG to join app store battle

LG, the world’s third-largest handset manufacturer, will tomorrow launch an online store for mobile phone applications, becoming the latest company to make its move in the app store market.

AT&T surges with Nokia

Information Week notes that AT&T and Nokia have announced a smartphone – Surge – that is aimed at text-heavy users who want to stay connected to social networks.

Intel reports strong Q2 on mobile chip success

Intel, the world’s largest chipmaker, has reported considerably stronger-than-expected second-quarter results, due in part to strong sales of its Atom chip for netbooks and other mobile computers, reports the Financial Times.

Profit, sales decline at Nokia; forecasts flat 2009

Nokia, the world’s largest handset vendor, reported a 66 percent annual decline in net profit for second-quarter 2009 but claimed that demand in the overall mobile device market is “bottoming out.”

Profit, sales decline at Nokia; forecasts flat 2009

Nokia, the world’s largest handset vendor, reported a 66 percent annual decline in net profit for second-quarter 2009 but claimed that demand in the overall mobile device market is “bottoming out.