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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

SPOTLIGHT: 500 million mobile users in India by 2010, predicts Nokia

India's burgeoning population is going to get even more well-connected in the days to come. One supposes this is great news for consumers, more so for the telecom sector. To be precise, India's

SPOTLIGHT: 500 million mobile users in India by 2010, predicts Nokia

India's burgeoning population is going to get even more well-connected in the days to come. One supposes this is great news for consumers, more so for the telecom sector. To be precise, India's

SPOTLIGHT: Cellular/WiFi phone market reached $26.8B in 2007

A new report from Infonetics Research says the worldwide cellular/WiFi phone market hit $26.8 billion in 2007 and is forecast to nearly triple by 2011. Moreover, the report says that Nokia is by far

SPOTLIGHT: Trend: Teenagers turning backs on Nokia

According to a survey conducted by Habbo across 31 countries, most teenagers agree that Nokia is the No. 1 mobile phone brand worldwide, but since the autumn of 2006 Samsung and Sony Ericsson have

Report: Telecom infrastructure market share

Technology Business Research released its breakdown of the telecom infrastructure market, which grew $70 billion since 2006. As the telecom equipment maker market's mergers have reached completion,

Nokia agrees pay-off for German workers, but questions remain

While the dispute with its German workers seems to be drawing to a close- following a €200 million offer, Nokia has refused to comply with a demand from the German state of North-Rhine

ALSO NOTED: Ericsson CEO says mobile systems pricing pressure may start to ease; Etisalat plans India telecom buy; and much mor

> Ericsson CEO says mobile systems pricing pressure may start to ease. Article > Etisalat plans

Nokia to pay out $314M to German plant workers

Nokia has agreed to pay $314 million to compensate employees at a factory in Germany that is recently announced it would close down. The factory's shutdown was met with political outcry in the

ALSO NOTED: Measuring mobile marketing; Virgin inks a deal with Limbo; and much more...

> Forecast: Full-track mobile revenues to hit $4.2 billion by 2012. Article >