News In Brief: Nokia says 1m have Ovi Mail; Google's next-gen search

Nokia said it had signed up one million Ovi Mail users within the service's first six months of operations. 
 
Google has launched a hands-on preview of a next-generation search infrastructure code named Caffeine, which aims to offer improved search algorithms.
 
Huawei and Vodafone Germany will partner to test LTE technology on the 790-862 MHz digital dividend band.
 
The Polish telecommunications regulator has suspended the break-up of dominant operator Telekomunikacja Polska. The process will be paused until the end of the year with the possibility of plans being scrapped completely in 2010.
Following online music service Spotify’s new raft of funding, the group is turning up international ambitions hiring Kayak.com‘s international MD Faisal Galaria to build a global business development team.
 

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