China Unicom says iPhone will drive 3G devices; Mystery buyer purchases RadioFrame's femtocell assets

> China Unicom believes that interest will drive the iPhone to a 10 percent share of 3G devices in two to three years. Article

> A mystery buyer has snapped up RadioFrame's femtocell assets, according to Unstrung. Article

> Successful winners of the Indian 3G spectrum auctions, scheduled to be held in January 2010, will only be allowed to use these airwaves after June next year. Article

> Nokia said it would cut 330 research and development jobs at sites in Finland and Denmark. Article

> Nokia said it has so far seen strong interest from corporations and enterprise users for its first netbook, the Booklet 3G, according to a company executive. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent CEO Ben Verwaayen said he expects a 5 percent operating margin for 2010. Article

And Finally... An 18-year-old is in police custody after he warmed up a bottle for a crying baby inside the house he was allegedly robbing. Article

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