Study: In-car Internet to be the norm in future; Symbian developer Ixonos cuts jobs

>Wi-Fi and 3G will become the norm in cars, according to a KPMG study into future trends. Article

> Italians are increasingly cancelling DSL and adopting mobile broadband, according to the country's Communication Authority. Article

> Symbian developer Ixonos is to cut 150 workers as Nokia R&D dries up. Article

> O2 UK said its location-based deals scheme is saving shoppers an average of £1 million a month. Article

> A cell phone microscope was recognised as best innovation of 2011 by The Scientist magazine.  Article

And finally... What the iPhone 5 might look like. Article

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