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ZTE signs an Android-related patent deal with Microsoft

Microsoft says mobile phone manufacturer ZTE has agreed a licensing deal that provides coverage under Microsoft’s patent portfolio for smartphones and tablets using the Android and Chrome operating systems

Last week Microsoft announced that Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Hon Hai had signed a similar license agreement covering Hon Hai and its Foxconn subsidiary.

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LG reveals smartphone sales of over 10 million during the last quarter

LG reveals smartphone sales of over 10 million during the last quarter

LG Electronics has published results for the first quarter of 2013, revealing that it shipped a new record of 10.3 million smartphones during the three-month period.

Revenue was up 6.8% year-on-year to KRW 14.1 trillion (£8.3 billion), largely due to the performance of the mobile business.

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New Nokia mobile phone has dedicated WhatsApp button

New Nokia mobile phone has dedicated WhatsApp button

Nokia is claiming a new ‘world first’ by putting a dedicated WhatsApp button on its forthcoming Asha 210 mobile phone.

WhatsApp is a cross-platform real-time messaging application that handles around 20 billion messages per day and is believed to have around 200 million active users worldwide.

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Music discovery, patent licensing, mobile money and app-enabled underwear

Podcast - 24th April 2013

There's a diverse collection of mobile-related news in this week's 30-minute podcast.

We start with the new Twitter music service before moving on to discuss quarterly results, patent licensing, wireless charging, advertising and mobile payments... before ending with a curious report about app-controlled underwear.

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Ofcom research reveals online security risks

The new Adults’ Media Use and Attitudes Report 2013 from Ofcom shows that most UK smartphone owners have adopted security for their devices, with 75% using a screen lock and 50% having a SIM PIN.

Non-smartphone users are less security conscious; just 40% have a screen lock and only 20% protect their SIM card with a PIN code.

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