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The mobile-data alliance takes aim at Ma Bell, and new winners could emerge.
HTC's new phone may have a significant impact on both semis and Western telecoms.
Reconciling the technologies would be next to impossible, and T-Mobile has too much to lose.
We haven't seen the handset weakness that signaled a bottom in 2002.
Qualcomm is robust, Motorola is weak as a kitten, and Apple has a halo of delusion.
Smaller companies are leading the move toward bigger displays and lower prices.
The company reports solid results, but European and smartphone sales look vulnerable.
The Korean company's large-display phones help it pull ahead rival Sony Ericsson.
Investors were surpised by weakness, and that itself is worrying.