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Nokia, the world's largest manufacturer of cell phones, said Thursday its first-quarter earnings fell compared to the same quarter last year, due to falling average selling price (ASP) of handsets and higher marketing and legal costs. Sales for the first-quarter grew, driven by strong growth in India and China, but at the expense of ASP.
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Good. Just not good enough. Strong. But not strong enough. Call RIMM's Fourth Quarter earnings report what you want, but just don't call it "good news."
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Qualcomm said on Tuesday it had filed two new lawsuits in the United States against Nokia, the world's largest mobile phone maker, alleging infringement of five patents.
Nokia Siemens Networks, which began operations on April 1, said Monday it expects "very slight" market growth in 2007, downgrading earlier estimates by the two companies that formed the joint venture.
The launch of Apple’s sleek new iPhone may still be months away, but it already is dialing up the competition in the mobile communications industry, and creating new opportunities for investors.
RF Micro Devices, which makes analog chips used in mobile phones, said an expected slowdown in demand from a top-tier customer will hurt its operating results for the first quarter.
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Palm reported higher-than-expected quarterly earnings but lowered its sales outlook."The situation where the company beats and then lowers certainly serves to confirm what Motorola came out and said how price weakness is something that certainly is coming home to roost," David Garrity, director of research at Dinosaur Securities, told CNBC.
China Mobile, the world's largest wireless carrier, beat forecasts with a near 20% rise in quarterly net profit on the back of strong subscriber growth, but analysts warn that margins may shrink as competition intensifies.
A major Palm shareholder fully anticipates that Motorola will announce plans to buy the company in a deal valued at roughly $2 billion as early as tomorrow, hours before Palm is expected to release its quarterly financial report. A Palm spokesperson refused to comment on what she called rumor and speculation
Here we go again, but this time there may be some steak to all that sizzle surrounding Palm. Unstrung.com says takeover talk is heating up, that the Palm executives may be trying to button up a deal some time before the company reports its earnings this coming Thursday. The site says Nokia is now the front-runner and ready to pony up the estimated $2 billion purchase price, or $20 a share.
Housing starts will drive direction today as stocks trend lower ahead of the open. The Fed starts its two-day meeting today, and is largely expected to make no move on rates when it winds up the meeting tomorrow afternoon.
Palm could be sold for at least $20 per share this week and at least four bidders are interested, including private equity firm Texas Pacific Group, according to unnamed sources cited by technology news Web site Unstrung.com.
Nokia, the world's largest maker of mobile phones, said Monday that it filed complaints against wireless technology company Qualcomm in Germany and the Netherlands.
Will they or won't they? The net is rife with speculation now that Google plans to enter the wireless business with a free, advertising-supported cell phone that the company would sell, using wi-fi AND cell technology. Not just with new apps, but with the actual hardware.