A number of high-profile technology companies will do battle for control of InterDigital in the coming weeks, it emerged on Wednesday, but with Google's participation uncertain the industry is questioning whether the company will raise as much as earlier estimates suggested, or indeed, whether it will sell at all. Apple, Nokia and Qualcomm will all take part in the sale, which is slated to take sometime after 5 September, Reuters reported, citing sources familiar with the situation. The report did not mention Samsung, which was invited to bid earlier this month, according to Dow Jones Newswires.
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Aug 18 2011
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Aug 11 2011
The IntoMobile team gets a tour of the Verizon Application Innovation Center in San Francisco and it is aimed at helping developers create the next generation of 4G LTE apps.
Aug 11 2011
The guys at Crackberry tests the browser speeds on the BlackBerry Bold 9900, iPhone 4, and Samsung Nexus S. Head over to the next page to view the video.
Aug 07 2011
The exomount mounts on almost any flat surface. This test video and demo shows strength test and various surface mounting. Made for all smart phones and GPS devices up to 5 inches. It also can mount the Amazon Kindle in limited ways.
Aug 06 2011
Aug 04 2011
The cost of delivering mobile data could rise sevenfold to $370 billion by 2016, according to a report this week by Juniper Research, which urged operators to tackle the issue by offloading more traffic from their macro networks.
Aug 03 2011
In the battle between iPhone and Android, one man is a guaranteed winner - Terry Guo. Guo's company Foxconn makes parts for both. However, all is not well at Foxconn. As Guo tries to ramp up production, he's been hit with labor shortages and higher wage demands. With a spate of suicides bringing bad publicity, perhaps Guo decided humans are more trouble than they're worth. He recently announced Foxconn will add 1 million robots in the next 3 years, freeing up workers for higher-value tasks. However, many worry that the robots will actually compete with workers, driving down wages even further.