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A research firm says that Samsung's Galaxy S3 overtook Apple's iPhone 4S as the world's best-selling smartphone for the first time in the third quarter.
Wireless equipment maker Nokia Siemens Networks will slash 17,000 jobs _ almost one-quarter of its work force _ in a move to cut annual costs by euro1 billion ($1.35 billion) by 2013, company officials said Wednesday.
Mobile phone maker Nokia Corp. on Thursday posted a loss of euro368 million ($523 million) in the second quarter and for the first time was overtaken by Apple's iPhone in smartphone shipments.
News last week that an arm of the World Health Organization said cellphones might raise the risk of brain cancer has been greeted by Americans mostly with a shrug of the shoulder _ one that's pinning a cellphone to the ear.