Nokia hit with lawsuit over messaging patents; London Underground to be NFC-enabled

> Helferich Patent Licensing, a US patent holding firm, has issued a lawsuit against Nokia claiming the company has infringed seven messaging patents. Article

> Transport for London has agreed that it will enable NFC phones to be used for ticketing from 2012. Article

> Android edged past Symbian in Spain, according to the latest data from from Kantar Worldpanel C­omTech.. Article

> Nokia is reportedly planning to spend £80 million to promote its shift to Windows Phone smartphones. Article

> Microsoft CEO Steve Steve Ballmer admitted that Windows Phone has had little impact in smartphone arena so far. Article

And finally... Nokia Live View: Because exploring points of interest using augmented reality is cool, right? Video

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