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Nokia returns to devices through a bold technology licensing strategyNovember 17, 2014In an audacious move, just months after the close of the Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia's Devices & Services unit, Nokia is looking to enter the device market with Nokia-brand devices made by partners using Nokia's technology assets.
Rapidly rising Xiaomi launching smartphones in India despite issues with business modelJuly 29, 2014Chinese smartphone manufacturer is lauching in India as part of its gradual international expansion. The Indian smartphone market is booming and Xiaomi should be able to capture a significant portion of it. However, it is unclear whether Xiaomi's business model can work outside of China where it cannot rely on its appstore for revenue.
Google's Motorola Mobility sale will boost Lenovo in the US Mobile MarketJanuary 29, 2014The deal with Lenovo confirms that Google's main interest in buying Motorola was its patent and IP portfolio. Also, Google removes the channel conflict with other Android smartphone makers but has made a significant loss on its investment. Lenovo's $2.91bn barely covers the cash acquired as part of Motorola Mobility. It's happening now because Google has settled intellectual property cross licensing with Samsung. Lenovo benefits in four key areas through the acquisition: Entry to the US mobile market; brand assets; mobile engineering expertise; and a stronger Google relationship. IHS believes Lenovo is right to plan to use the Motorola brand in the US, but its own brand in China and emerging markets because of Motorola's very weak footprint outside the Americas.
Home Automation Market on the Road to Defragmentation with HAIs ‘Connectivity Partnership’June 06, 2013Earlier this month, HAI by Leviton announced that Yale Real Living has been added as a ‘Connectivity Partner’, enabling the integration of Yale’s ZigBee and Z-Wave door locks into the HAI by Leviton home automation systems...Subscribers Only