Nokia on long comeback trail after smartphone misses

Nokia still sells more phones than Samsung, LG and Research in Motion (RIM) put together, but its inability to produce high-margin, high-end smartphones that can compete head-to-head with Apple's iPhone and Android-based smartphones is causing it maj...

Adobe Flex to gain mobile app capabilities

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Motorola details breakup plans

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Apple blames faulty formula for iPhone 4 problems

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When will Aussie Android developers be able to sell apps?

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iPhone's Exchange woes aren't over

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