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LG to Make ‘L-Style’ Statement at MWC 2012 with L3, L5 and L7

South Korean technology giant LG Electronics, having done a style check on its Optimus series, has announced plans to roll-out three refreshing Android-based smartphones at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2012. L3, L5 and L7 will be the three uber-stylish handsets that will be launched under their new line, the ‘L-Style.’

Samsung Spins Off Its Display Business, Shifts Focus From LCD to OLED

Samsung Electronics announced Monday that it will spin off its LCD business division to launch a new entity provisionally called Samsung Display Co., set to go live on April 1, 2012. The move awaits shareholder approval, but the new business will reportedly launch with about $668 million in paid-in capital to start working with.

Nvidia Warns of Chip Supplies, Slower Mobile Growth

Nvidia Corp warned that delays in ramping up new manufacturing technology and a struggling PC industry are impacting its business; the chipmaker also scaled back its outlook for growth in its smartphone and tablet business.

LG Reports Handset Profit after Six-Quarter Losing

South Korea's LG Electronics Inc, the world's No.2 TV maker, swung to a profit in the fourth quarter as its latest smartphone model helped its ailing handset unit post a small profit after six consecutive quarterly losses.

Philips Swings to Loss as Europe's Economy Falters

Philips swung to a fourth-quarter net loss as government cuts ate into its healthcare equipment business and a slowdown in European construction activity and consumer spending hit its lighting operations.

Philips swings to loss as Europe's economy falters

Philips swung to a net loss in the fourth quarter of last year as cuts in government budgets ate into its healthcare equipment business and a slowdown in construction activity hit its lighting operations.

Smartphones Drive Record Samsung Profit

Samsung Electronics Co posted a record $4.7 billion quarterly operating profit, driven by booming smartphone sales, and will spend $22 billion this year to boost production of chips and flat screens to pull further ahead of smaller rivals.

Asian Firms May Eye RIM Platform; Samsung Denies Interest

Research In Motion is not on Samsung Electronics Co's immediate shopping list, but the ailing Blackberry maker may still be attractive to Asian smartphone makers looking to compete against Google's Android, the world's fastest growing mobile platform.

Asian firms may eye RIM platform; Samsung denies interest

Research In Motion is not on Samsung Electronics Co's immediate shopping list, but the ailing Blackberry maker may still be attractive to Asian smartphone makers looking to compete against Google's Android, the world's fastest growing mobile platform.

ZTE Sees China, U.S. Key Smartphone Markets

ZTE Corp, the world's No.4 handset maker, said it sees China and the United States as key drivers for its fast-growing smartphone market as it shifts away from low-end feature phones in a bid to boost profit margins.

Samsung Group Plans Record $41 Billion Investment in 2012

Samsung Group, which includes Samsung Electronics Co, said on Tuesday it is raising its 2012 investment to a record $41.4 billion, underscoring the widening gulf between the dominant South Korean conglomerate and its faltering competitors.

Samsung Group plans record $41 billion investment in 2012

Samsung Group, which includes Samsung Electronics Co, said on Tuesday it is raising its 2012 investment to a record $41.4 billion, as the South Korean conglomerate seeks to consolidate its leading position in mobile chips and flat screens.

Verizon FiOS: to Beat 'em, First Join 'em

Verizon Communications Inc is pushing hard to move its FiOS TV service beyond the set-top box and onto the latest gadgets - from TVs and tablets to gaming consoles - to fend off competition from online video services such as Netflix Inc, Amazon Inc and Apple's Inc iTunes.

Verizon FiOS: To Beat 'em, First Join 'em

Verizon Communications Inc is pushing hard to move its FiOS TV service beyond the set-top box and onto the latest gadgets - from TVs and tablets to gaming consoles - to fend off competition from online video services such as Netflix Inc, Amazon Inc and Apple's Inc iTunes.

LG in Talks on Phone Partnerships: Executive

LG Electronics Inc is engaged in talks with various parties on possible partnerships, the head of LG's mobile business said on Wednesday, as the world's No.3 handset maker seeks to turn around its struggling handset operation.

LG in talks on phone partnerships: executive

LG Electronics Inc is engaged in talks with various parties on possible partnerships, the head of LG's mobile business said on Wednesday, as the world's No.3 handset maker seeks to turn around its struggling handset operation.

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