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News In Brief: Vodafone Qatar, TeliaSonera

Vodafone Qatar and Alcatel-Lucent have deployed the first hybrid powered base station in Qatar, using an integration of solar and wind energy.

Vodafone slashes femtocell price by 70%

Having been the first European company to offer a commercial femtocell over six months ago, Vodafone has relaunched the device with a dramatic price cut from £160 down to £50. It has also

Vodafone achieve early hit with iPhone, Nexus One bombs

Having gritted its teeth in anguish for many months, Vodafone is making much of the 50,000 iPhones it has shipped to pre-registered customers on the first day of launch in the UK. This figure

Ericsson, NSN stop Huawei's LTE momentum in Nordic region

In what had to be a must-win for Ericsson and Nokia Siemens Networks, TeliaSonera chose the two vendors as its primary suppliers for its LTE networks in Norway and Sweden. That development stymies

Rumour Mill: Will Vodafone sell off its SFR holding?

Having been the centre of speculation over many years, reports carried by French newspaper Le Figaro say that Vodafone is ‘psychologically' preparing to sell its 44 per cent stake in French

Vodafone and Orange pull poor quality smartphones

The complexities of today's smartphones are forcing operators to update their quality testing with the result that Vodafone and Orange have recently announced they will no longer be offering two

German mobile revenues slide, and UK Christmas sales disappoint

While mobile penetration in the German market increased to more than 130 per cent in 2009, analysts are expecting overall operator revenues to have declined by around two to three per cent, and are

News In Brief: T-Mobile UK, Vodafone, Orange, LG, T-Mobile USA, Google, Motorola

T-Mobile UK is to sell an Android-based tablet device later this year, supplied by Innovative Converged Devices (ICD).

Icera planning IPO in 2010

UK based wireless chip manufacturer Icera is planning an IPO in the next 12 months, with an estimated market cap of

News In Brief: Vodafone, Napster, AOL, Nokia, Seal Shield

Vodafone was forced to evacuate its Newbury call center site Tuesday afternoon due to extreme weather conditions.