The BlackBerry Messenger Service can keep running in India until January 2011, according to the country's Ministry of Home Affairs, but a permanent solution still needs to be found.
Last month Motorola claimed that Apple had infringed 18 of its patents, later asking for a number of Apple's patents to be invalidated.
So it's no surprise to hear that Apple has just launched two lawsuits claiming Motorola's Android phones infringe a number of Apple patents.
Advertising and marketing website BrandRepublic has just published the results of a new survey from Lightspeed Research about mobile location services and voucher applications.
It contacted 1,001 UK smartphone owners and found that around a fifth had downloaded a voucher application to their phone.
Avenir Telecom and Energizer have announced the launch of their exclusive range of battery chargers for the mobile market. The partnership was revealed in February, with the charger range previewed at Mobile World Congress.
Samsung Electronics has announced revenue of 40.23 trillion Korean won (around £22.45 billion) for the third quarter of 2010. That's a 12% increase year-on-year and exceeds the previous record for quarterly revenue from Q4 2009.