Best Buy matches Apple's iPhone sales; Apple hiring for VoIP play?

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> Nokia Siemens Networks reduced by half the number of jobs it will cut in Finland. Article

> Nokia will cut 1,000 jobs in Finland. Article

> U.S. Cellular provided pricing for its LTE service for Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1: 200 MB for $15 per month and 5 GB for $55 per month. Article

> ZTE said it will "restrict" its business in Iran after a disclosure that it aided the Iranian government in spying on citizens there. Article

> AT&T Mobility said it will upgrade 11 devices to Android version 4.0, dubbed Ice Cream Sandwich. Article

> According to one report, Best Buy is selling as many iPhones as Apple. Article

> Analysts at Citi expect Research In Motion to continue to suffer troubles. Article

> CTIA proposed an aggressive timeline for incentive auctions. Article

> Apple could be preparing a VoIP service based on recent job postings. Article

> TracFone's Straight Talk service recently introduced a new $60 international calling service. Article

> Ericsson's shares took a hit after the company set targets for its executive bonus plan that implied modest growth. Article

Mobile Content News

> Rovio said it won't make a version of its new Angry Birds Space game for Microsoft's Windows Phone platform. Article

>  RIM updated its cloud-based BBM Music service giving BlackBerry Messenger instant messaging users new ways to discover and share music. Article

> Sony will build an iOS app for its Music Unlimited service. Article

> RIM appears to be preparing an iOS app for its device management offering. Article

And finally... The Kyocera Honey Bee Android phone is headed to Japan. Article

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