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Motorola Mobility to cut 800 jobs

A source close to the situation told the Chicago Sun-Times that the company will shed about 185 jobs at the Motorola Mobility offices in downtown Chicago and its headquarters in Libertyville, Ill.  

Samsung surges past Apple in smartphone sales

Samsung has won the title of the world's leader in smartphone sales, selling more than 27.8 million smartphones globally in the third quarter of 2011.

Apple's high profit still below Wall Street's expectations

The world’s most valuable company released its fourth quarter report Tuesday showing a 54 percent increase in quarterly revenue compared to last year's earnings in the same period.

Blackberry down for third day, with service disruptions reported in U.S., Canada

Blackberry's manufacturer Research in Motion (RIM) has blamed the continuing service outages on a "core switch failure within RIM's infrastructure," but has failed to explain when the problem will be resolved.

Blackberry down again as service outages spread to Brazil, Argentina and Chile

RIM admitted Tuesday that the crash had also affected users in Latin America, with service disruptions reported in Brazil, Argentina and Chile.

NTSB: Ban truckers’ cellphones

Sprint sues AT&T to block T-Mobile acquisition

U.S. files antitrust suit to block AT&T takeover of T-Mobile

The AT&T and T-Mobile deal can't go ahead without approval from the U.S. Justice Department and Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

Apple’s Steve Jobs resigns

Apple Inc. founder and CEO Steve Jobs has resigned due to continuing struggles with his health. Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook has taken over as CEO, and Jobs has become chairman of the technology company.
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