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Jan. 6, 2011, 4:10 PMJapan's TV makers brace for the end of a subsidy that may cause sales to drop from 24M in 2010 to 13M this year. Sony (SNE -0.58%), with only 10% of its TV sales in Japan, seems best positioned, while Sharp (SHCAY.PK +0.56%) is most dependent on the domestic market. PC +0.49%. TOSBF.PK +1.79%. | Comment!
Dec. 29, 2010, 4:30 PMSony (SNE) filed a patent infringement suit in a Los Angeles court against LG Electronics (LGERF.PK) involving its mobile phone technologies. It also filed a related complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission to block LG from importing the affected mobile phones. Sony closed at +0.1%. | Comment!
Dec. 29, 2010, 9:10 AMSources claim Google (GOOG) gives priority support for Android 3.0-based tablet PC development to smartphone partners, such as Samsung (SSNLF.PK), at the expense of notebook partners. The smartphone vendors will launch their Android tablets as early as February. Premarket, Google is +0.3%. | Comment!
Dec. 9, 2010, 3:33 PMThe new Windows Phone 7 (MSFT -0.7%) devices appear to be receiving more than just seasonal discounts. With Amazon (AMZN) offering 3 AT&T (T) models for 1 cent, it doesn't seem as if the Phone 7 is exactly going gangbusters, or the price would be higher. But Microsoft may be willing to cut profits to boost volume. | 1 Comment
Nov. 29, 2010, 2:33 PMApple's (AAPL) Black Friday sales proceeded healthily, claim analysts. iPads left the shelf at a rate of 8.8 units per hour per store; Macs moved at 8.2 per hour per store. Yet another analyst feels bullish that the iPod will meet the Street sales estimate of 14.2M for Q4, despite Android (GOOG) inroads. | 1 Comment
Nov. 22, 2010, 12:15 PMOttawa-based wireless company Wi-Lan (WILIF.PK) is suing Comcast (CMSCA), Time Warner Cable (TWC), and Charter Communications (CHTRQ.PK) over alleged patent infringement in their cable modems. Wi-Lan is no stranger to court: last month it sued Alcatel-Lucent (ALU) and other firms over other patent violations. | Comment!
Aug. 12, 2010, 8:50 AMSmartphone sales jumped 50% in Q2, says Gartner, but sales of mobile phones generally were up just 13.8% and average selling prices fell by more than expected amid intense competition. Symbian phones from Nokia (NOK) took 41.2% of the smartphone market, followed by BlackBerry (RIMM) at 18.2%. | 2 Comments
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