Broadcom's profit plunges; Garmin-Asus ships Nuvifone

> Broadcom's net income tumbled on weaker demand for chips, to $13.4 million in the second quarter, down from $134.8 million in the year-ago quarter. Article

> After months of delays and setbacks, Garmin-Asus announced that its Nuvifone will soon go on sale in Asia. Release

> Nokia acquired mobile software firm cellity, which the handset maker said will boost its social networking capabilities. Article

> Motorola's developer network, MotoDev, released new resources for Android developers. Release

And finally... An Army colonel who is retiring said he plans to celebrate by eating a 40-year-old C-ration cake that will (hopefully) still be preserved. Article

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