NSN finally closes acquisition of Motorola's wireless unit; Verizon's mobile broadband appealing to small businesses

> Nokia Siemens Networks has finally closed its buyout of Motorola's wireless unit for the new asking price of $975 million. Article

> A study has revealed that US small/medium business segment customers with mobile broadband connections are more satisfied with their mobile service overall than are customers without broadband connections. Article

> TeliaSonera has launched the first commercial LTE service in Lithuania. Article

> Malaysia's DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd has chosen ZTE to build a unified mobile network that will provide DiGi with a 2G/3G/4G network starting third quarter this year. Article

And Finally... Police in Ohio say a woman insisted on picking up some fast food before she allowed an officer to charge her with drunken driving. Article

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