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ALSO NOTED: iPhone users satisfied, but many carry second handset; Orange named best for entertainment in Europe; and much more

> iPhone users satisfied, but many carry second handset.

Nokia releases SNAP Mobile SDK 2.0

Handset giant Nokia released the SNAP Mobile Software Development Kit 2.0, updating its end-to-end solution for Java-based mobile gaming. Promising more intuitive mobile game development aided by a

Nokia changing direction

At a Nokia shareholder meeting last week, CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo seemed to indicate a change of direction for the entire company: "Our goal is to act less like a traditional manufacturer, and more

SPOTLIGHT: Nokia Announces Mobile Filmmaking Awards Finalists

Nokia has announced the five finalists for its 2008 Mobile Filmmaking awards. The winners will be screened during the warm-fuzzy

Cell phone players call for more spectrum

The European economy would receive a financial boost of at least €95 billion over the next 20 years if one quarter of the UHF band were instead allocated for mobile broadband services,

ALSO NOTED: Customers rank Orange worst in poll;Nortel joins Qualcomm in opposition to LTE patent pool; and more...

> Customers rank Orange worst in poll. article > Nortel joins Qualcomm in opposition to LTE patent pool.

QUICKLINKS: Top Five Converged Devices; Microsoft walks away from Yahoo bid;

> Top Five Converged Devices No longer just voice-centric phones, mobile devices now come in a variety of different form factors and sport a slew of new capabilities. Check out

ALSO NOTED: Nokia to enhance MyFaves; ROK buys Jalipo; and much more...

> How Nokia's deal with T-Mobile will shape the future of MyFaves. >

T-Mobile and Nokia sign web collaboration deal

European cell phone users could benefit from a deal struck between T-Mobile and Nokia to offer faster and easier access to all of T-Mobile's Web'n'walk Internet services as well as Nokia's Ovi web

Nokia promises many new phones for U.S.

Nokia's chief designer, Alastair Curtis announced that Nokia would be offering a lot of new phones in the U.S. very soon: "In the next few months operators will carry a lot of new products from us."