LG Electronics announced plans to expand its handset manufacturing plant in India, near Pune.
Companies in today’s briefs include: StarHub, NTT DoCoMo, EZ-Link, DiBcom, Huawei, Motorola, TDF, LG, MontaVista, Freescale
According to the latest report from Gartner, LG overtook Sony Ericsson during the first quarter of 2008 to become the fourth largest handset maker worldwide.
Concerned about a potential price war, South Korean handset maker LG reportedly said it is prepared to cut handset prices if rival Nokia does first.
In more Samsung news, the handset maker announced that it has teamed up with rival handset maker LG to propose jointly developed technology.
Companies in today’s briefs include: Alcatel-Lucent, Belgacom, China Mobile, Samsung, Verizon Wireless, LG, Symbian Limited, Terrawave Solutions, TESSCO Technologies, Kyocera
Companies in today’s briefs include: LG Electronics, Libya Telecom & Technology, Alcatel-Lucent, New York City Department of Education, Lockheed Martin, Global mobile Suppliers Association, Leap Wireless International, Quattro Wireless, Plusmo, Anritsu, Brightpoint, Brightpoint Americas, Mobile Marketing Association.
LG has announced the European availability of its HSDPA-enabled LG-KF700.
Companies in today's briefs include: SoundBite Communications, Sprint Nextel, LG, Brightstar Europe, MyClick, Kyocera
LG announced plans to unveil the third handset in its Black Label Series on April 24, the company said sales will start initially in Europe with a global launch to follow.
Android may be gaining another fan, in South Korean carrier LG Telecom. The carrier’s CEO reportedly said that the company is looking to adopt Google's Android mobile operating system for its 3G wireless data services.
According to a report in the Korea Times, LG could become the world’s fourth largest handset maker.
Handset manufacturer LG has announced the global launch of its slim LG-KF510 mobile phone.
According to a report in Reuters, LG said that Motorola’s troubled handset division’s pain is good news for its market share in the worldwide market.
Alltel Wireless unveiled the LG Scoop in its retail stores and online at www.shopalltel.com.
LG Electronics announced plans to launch a new ultra-thin handset. The LG-KF510 is a 10.9 mm thin, metal-framed, slider phone with a tempered glass touchscreen display.
LG Electronics in partnership with Harris announced new technology that the pair claims will enable U.S. TV broadcasters to transmit signals to portable electronics such as cell phones as early as next year.
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