Cell Phone Manufacturers

MarketWatch  Apr 14  Comment 
Americans love their cell phones, but they also love unlimited plans that cost less. Prices in the wireless phone market have tumbled more than 11% in the past year as companies view to offer cheaper unlimited plans.
DailyFinance  Apr 14  Comment 
Filed under: News, US, Crime KANSAS CITY, Mo. (WDAF) -- A Northland mom is warning women after she said a man took a cell phone picture of her in a Target dressing room. The woman said she was swimsuit shopping when the trip turned into a...
DailyFinance  Apr 9  Comment 
Filed under: Finance, Personal Finance, Consumer News JPMorgan is investing in technology in a big way — and it's paying off. Someone made a $100 million trade with JPMorgan on their cell phone JPMorgan is targeting Silicon Valley DIMON:...
MarketWatch  Apr 6  Comment 
Cable-TV giant is about to enter the competitive wireless phone market, just as big carriers like AT&T and Verizon are pushing unlimited data plans and jockeying for a piece of Comcast’s TV turf.
MarketWatch  Apr 4  Comment 
A currency trader made a $100 million bet with a cell phone.
Clusterstock  Apr 4  Comment 
JPMorgan is investing in technology in a big way — and it's paying off. The CEO of the firm's corporate investment bank, Daniel Pinto, stressed the importance of technology in an annual letter to shareholders Tuesday. Specifically, he noted,...
TechCrunch  Mar 29  Comment 
 Samsung promised a revolution today. The company opened today’s Unpacked event by contextualizing the history of mobile phones, from the 1980s to today. The conceit was simple: Today’s big announcement marks a step in cell phone evolution...
Forbes  Mar 26  Comment 
Millennials receive an average of 109 text messages per day. Since cell phone alerts create a chemical response in the brain, millennials have to be intentional about their phone usage at work to avoid killing their productivity.
Forbes  Mar 21  Comment 
Passengers flying on foreign airlines from 10 airports in Muslim-majority countries to the U.S. will be barred from bringing any electronics device larger than a cell phone into the cabin. But the security measure has a number of logical...
TechCrunch  Mar 20  Comment 
 According to numerous reports, U.S. authorities today alerted a number of Middle Eastern and African airlines that starting soon, their passengers will have to check any electronic items larger than a cell phone. That means passengers on these...


Companies in this industry make cell phones and equipment for through cell phone companies as well as directly to consumers. Nokia (NOK), Samsung Motorola (MOT) are three of the major players in this industry. In recent years, however, there have been several new entrants to the market, including Reasearch In Motion (RIMM) and Apple (AAPL) .

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