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QUICKLINKS: Nokia previews iPhone-killer named Tube; News Corp. may join Microsoft in Yahoo bid;

> Nokia previews iPhone-killer named Tube. FierceWireless > News Corp. may join Microsoft in

Microsoft completes Danger acquisition, restructures

Microsoft announced today that it had completed its acquisition of SideKick-maker Danger and that the Danger team will be folded into Microsoft's Premium Mobile Experiences (PMX) unit. PMX is a group

Mediaroom pal Sigma offers new chip

Semiconductor company Sigma Designs has introduced a second-generation chip for IPTV set-top boxes that the company claims offers a 50% performance improvement. Sigma has been the only set-top chip

ALSO NOTED: 3UK going bit-pipe? First certified WiMAX products; and much more...

> Pepsi taps MyClick for mobile marketing. Article > Is 3 U.K. moving toward a bit-pipe

Yahoo contends Microsoft takeover bid is too low

Facing deadline pressure from Microsoft to consummate the software Goliath's $41 billion buyout bid, web services giant Yahoo said Monday it doesn't necessarily oppose a deal--it simply wants a

180Squared Launches Mediaroom Interface

A team of former Microsoft Mediaroom engineers now known as 180Squared has announced the availability of

Alca-Lu beats Microsoft in$367 million ruling

Microsoft must pay Alcatel-Lucent $367 million, according to the latest ruling in an ongoing series of patent infringement cases between the two companies. But, don't feel sorry for the software

ALSO NOTED: Samsung seeks top spot; Another Hummer phone; and much more...

> Samsung looks to become the top mobile phone maker in the U.S. by the second half of this year. Motorola is the current top dog.

AT&T announces Surface in stores

At a press luncheon, AT&T Mobility CEO Ralph de la Vega announced that his company will be the first to deploy

Another Microsoft white spaces device fails

Another "white spaces" prototype submitted to the FCC by Microsoft stopped working this week, but Microsoft said the device did not interfere with spectrum allocated to television, which was the