HTC One mini in the UK may be coming to a stop. This would be as result of an ongoing patent infringement case between Nokia and HTC. A London judge recently ruled that HTC would not be able to sell the One mini in the UK after December 6th, however the judge did delay the injunction to give HTC some time to appeal the ruling.
cordless home phone, or, in this case, a fixed display for an office phone. Make no mistake, though, as Cisco's DX650 phone is all about business and very little about entertainment.
HTC decided to temporarily shutter one of its four main manufacturing lines. This may be a sign of the company's growing woes as its cash flow problems deepen and demand for its smartphones slump.
L'Expansion, Google has acquired the DroidBooster app from FlexyCore. Details point towards this being a €16.9 million ($23.1 million) acquisition.
HTC was in some hot water, this news should probably dispel all that. HTC CEO Peter Chou has stepped back from some of his duties in order to focus on putting the company back on the smartphone map.
Blackberry, if it survives long enough, might have a new fierce rival as Samsung opens up its Samsung Solutions Exchange. Rather than simply being yet another store filled with business-friendly apps, Solutions Exchange is also a program to bring in developers to port or create apps that directly answer the needs of Samsung's enterprise customers.