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> Sonera has filed a license application to build a nationwide mobile television network in Finland. Article

> Nokia said about 200 people at its network unit will need to be redeployed due to workforce balancing. Article

> NTT DoCoMo unveiled three prototype cell phones that are compatible with HSDPA. Article

> Rogers Wireless and Melodeo have announced the launch of Rogers Podcast Service, North America's first mobile Podcast service. Release

And Finally... Google isn't Wall Street's darling anymore after disappointing fourth-quarter results. Article

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