Cell Phone Manufacturers

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Forbes  Dec 5  Comment 
Last week I flew from New Delhi to London on a Virgin Atlantic flight. A few minutes after we took off, the flight attendant made the announcement that we should turn off airplane mode on our smartphones if we wished to make phone calls, send...
Forbes  Nov 24  Comment 
Sending instant messages via smartphone while you drive down the freeway at 100mph is a recipe for disaster. Nevertheless, plenty of Americans still do it, according to research from Harris Interactive. 37 percent of people admitted sending text...
The Hindu Business Line  Nov 23  Comment 
Smart ways to safeguard data as chances of recovering your phone are bleak
Forbes  Nov 20  Comment 
The holidays are here, and that means that seasonal giving campaigns are cranking into high gear.  Before you know it we’ll be bombarded with holiday viral campaigns like Office Max’s popular time-killer, Elf Yourself, and opening...
CNNMoney.com  Nov 14  Comment 
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Forbes  Nov 13  Comment 
Liberian students can't attend school because of Ebola risks, but home-based learning has taken hold instead, with nonprofits such as WorldReader making digital books available via cell phones.
Motley Fool  Nov 8  Comment 
Amid intensifying competition in the domestic wireless industry, Verizon is resisting pressure to cut its prices. So long as the company can maintain a network advantage, prices aren't coming down.
CNNMoney.com  Nov 5  Comment 
Onyx is the real-life Star Trek communicator badge that Captain Picard and his crew wore on the Enterprise.
Insurance Journal  Nov 4  Comment 
New York state is imposing tougher penalties on motorists who use hand-held mobile phones while driving. As of Nov. 1, young and new drivers caught texting or using a cell phone without a hands-free device face a 120-day license suspension....
Forbes  Nov 1  Comment 
Eight ways cell phone carriers are sticking it to consumers.




 

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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