China Mobile, Symbian ink pact; Rogers to launch Motorola Android phone

> China Mobile and the Symbian Foundation announced an agreement to cooperate on a wide range of issues. Article

> Rogers will add at least one Motorola-made Android phone in 2010, according to Rob Bruce, the president of Rogers Wireless. Article

> Verizon Wireless announced the launch of Tweet-Tweet, a Twitter-based application for feature phones. Article

> The GSM Association endorsed Integrated Mobile Broadcast, a new 3GPP standard that promises to accelerate adoption of mobile data and broadcast services worldwide. Article

And finally... The chairwoman of the National Transportation Safety Board said that all board members could no longer make cell phone calls or texts while driving on official business. Article

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