This week's podcast takes a look at Everything Everywhere's departing CEO, Vodafone's security concerns, ZTE's own-brand phones, HTC's legal worries and Sony Ericsson's results. As usual, the programme is hosted by Iain Graham with James Rosewell and Mark Bridge.
Apple has published financial results for the third quarter of its current financial year. It's announced record quarterly revenue of $28.57 billion (£17.7 billion) and record quarterly net profit of $7.31 billion.
In the quarter, which ended on 25th June 2011, the company sold 20.34 million iPhones (up 142% year-on-year) and 9.25 million iPads (up 183%).
Back in March 2009, Vodafone signed an agreement with Opera Software to develop a custom version of the Opera Mini mobile web browser.
The two companies have now signed a three-year extension of their agreement, with the number of active users of the Opera Mini browser having increased by 300% year-on-year.
Networking giant Cisco says it's cutting approximately 6,500 jobs from its businesses worldwide, which will account for around 9% of the company’s jobs. This figure includes approximately 2,100 employees who've chosen early retirement.
The move is part of the company's previously-announced plan to cut annual costs by $1 billion.
Independent mobile advertising network InMobi has released its latest Mobile Insights Report.
As well as showing that the total number of mobile advertising impressions in Europe grew by 21% from Q1 to Q2 2011, it also revealed that the number of ads shown on Apple devices had overtaken ad impressions on Nokia devices.