Microsoft says to streamline around devices, services
(Reuters) - Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said on Thursday he was streamlining the software and media company around devices like phones and game consoles and services in its first major overhaul in five years.

Microsoft, which has been struggling to compete in a world of mo... ...Read More »

T-Mobile US to allow phone upgrades every six months
By Sinead Carew

NEW YORK (Reuters) - T-Mobile US Inc said on Wednesday that customers would be allowed to upgrade phones every six months and it unveiled a family plan for prepaid customers as it moves to lure customers away from its three bigger rivals.

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Nokia to bet on camera upgrade in smartphone push
By Ritsuko Ando

HELSINKI (Reuters) - Nokia <NOK1V.HE> is expected to unveil a new smartphone with a 41-megapixel camera on Thursday, banking on advanced optics to make up for meager marketing resources and a limited range of phone apps.

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CEO says BlackBerry open to licensing deals, other options
By Euan Rocha

WATERLOO, Ontario (Reuters) - BlackBerry Ltd signaled on Tuesday that a licensing deal, or even an outright sale of the company, was still a possibility, pleasing shareholders still reeling from the disappointing debut for its new line of smartphones.

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CEO says BlackBerry on right path, open to all options
By Euan Rocha

WATERLOO, Ontario (Reuters) - BlackBerry Ltd is on the right path for a turnaround despite the disappointing debut of its make-or-break line of smartphones, its CEO insisted on Tuesday, allowing that the company remains open to any options that would create value for its inve... ...Read More »

BlackBerry investors to turn up the heat on management
By Euan Rocha and Nadia Damouni

TORONTO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - BlackBerry <BBRY.O> will likely face tough questions about its future at its annual meeting on Tuesday after dismal quarterly results last week triggered a 28 percent plunge in the Canadian smartphone maker's share pric... ...Read More »

Japan's DoCoMo holds out to iPhone mania, but at what cost?
By Sophie Knight and Maki Shiraki

TOKYO (Reuters) - NTT DoCoMo Inc, Japan's largest mobile provider and a pioneer of the mobile Internet, is one of just a few holdouts among the world's big mobile carriers not offering Apple Inc's iPhone to its 60 million customers.

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Samsung Elec Q2 misses forecast as smartphone worries deepen
By Miyoung Kim

SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd missed already modest expectations for its quarterly earnings guidance on Friday, deepening worries that its smartphone business may have peaked, as growth in sales of its blockbuster Galaxy phones begins to wane and new rivals em... ...Read More »

Samsung Electronics' second quarter misses forecast as smartphone worries deepen
By Miyoung Kim

SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd missed already modest expectations for its quarterly earnings guidance on Friday, deepening worries that its smartphone business may have peaked, as growth in sales of its blockbuster Galaxy phones begins to wane and new rivals em... ...Read More »

Samsung Electronics' second-quarter misses forecast as smartphone worries deepen
By Miyoung Kim

SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd missed already modest expectations for its quarterly earnings guidance on Friday, deepening worries that its smartphone business may have peaked, as growth in sales of its blockbuster Galaxy phones begins to wane and new rivals em... ...Read More »

 

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