Cell Phone Manufacturers

The Economic Times  Feb 27  Comment 
With over 900 million cell phone users, mobile money offers a complementary mechanism of delivering direct benefits to a large proportion of population.
Forbes  Feb 23  Comment 
Even before the Federal Aviation Administration unveiled its proposed regulations for commercial drone flights in the United States last week, one company was already at work, using drones to collect data from unsuspecting citizens in Los Angeles.
The Hindu Business Line  Feb 19  Comment 
“The crying baby gets the milk.” This old saying is becoming increasingly true in today’s day and age where each brand is trying to outshout the other. On television, it is the cell phone brands,...
Forbes  Feb 16  Comment 
Remember Michael Moore’s “Roger and Me?” It’s a pretty grim documentary about the suffering of local citizens after the closing of the GM plant in Flint, Michigan. And Moore shows us that suffering up close. We even see people being...
CNNMoney.com  Feb 12  Comment 
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The Hindu Business Line  Feb 11  Comment 
The radiation from cell phone towers are `non-ionizing’ and are completely harmless to the avian population, according to A Siva Prakash Rao, Circle CEO- Tamil Nadu, Indus Towers Ltd (ITL).
Cellular News  Feb 11  Comment 
Having more choices is generally considered a good thing - until you actually have to choose that one cell phone, one prescription drug plan or one car model from among a dozen or so options. Click here for more.
Forbes  Jan 22  Comment 
Eight ways cell phone carriers are sticking it to consumers.
Forbes  Jan 19  Comment 
Last week, several media outlets including Forbes.com ran with an alarming-if-true story that equated the low frequency radiation emitted by Wi-Fi equipment and cell phones with lead, chloroform, gasoline fumes, and the pesticide DDT.
DailyFinance  Jan 16  Comment 
Filed under: Telecommunications, Consumer Issues, Consumer Protection, Junk Mail and Telemarketing, Cell Phones Getty Images Despite laws that prohibit them, new technology and other protections, consumers still complain on a daily basis about...


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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