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China Mobile readying TD-LTE for Hong-Kong

China Mobile, the world’s largest mobile operator will launch LTE in Hong Kong on 18 December, according to reports. Hong Kong is already well served for LTE with all four other operators, Hutchison, PCCW and CSL and CMHK, offering 4G services. The move however, has larger significance in that it indicates that China Mobile is readying a wider TD-LTE–based launch in mainland China.

SK Telecom has launched a platform that it says will provide information on what specific situation a customer is in

Samsung seeks to block iPhone 5 in S.Korea

Samsung is seeking to block the sale of Apple’s iPhone 5 in South Korea, when it launches. The company recently lost the rights to sell its Galaxy S Tab in Germany, after Apple won an injunction to block the sale of the product, alleging that the device infringes patents held by Apple.

Apple's popular iPhone has not infringed HTC's patents, ruled a US court

iPhone 5 available for pre-order

The fifth iteration of Apple’s popular iPhone handset has inched closer to commercial availability with the news that Deutsche Telekom has begun taking pre-orders of the new mode.

It seems as though LTE won't make it in time for the next iteration of the iPhone

Apple iPhone 5 unlikely to feature LTE

The next iPhone will not feature LTE and is likely to be called the iPhone 4S, according to an analyst report from Peter Misek from Jefferies & Co.

Tim Cook's comments have dampened hopes that Apple will release an LTE iPhone this year

Apple posts another record quarter as Cook raises doubts over LTE iPhone

Cupertino based computer, handset and tablet manufacturer Apple has posted yet another record quarter, raking in second quarter revenue of US$24.67b, producing a net profit of US$5.99b. This was achieved with sales of 3.76m Mac computers, a 28 per cent increase over the year-ago quarter, and 18.65m sales of iPhones, representing growth of 113 per cent.

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