Dell'Oro ranks top WCDMA vendors; Verizon, Sprint support texting-while-driving ban

> Verizon Wireless and Sprint Nextel announced support for new legislation that bans texting and emailing while driving. Article

> China Mobile will sell eight Motorola-made OPhone smartphones next year, according to a Reuters report. Article

> Nokia is expected to report another profit slide when it reports third quarter earnings tomorrow. Article

> Which company was the top WCDMA equipment vendor according to market share in the second quarter? Slideshow

> Apple is reportedly developing a radio application for the iPhone and iPod touch that would integrate with iTunes premium music sales. Article

And finally... PepsiCo is apologizing for a branded iPhone application touting its Amp Energy drink after consumers complained the app is insensitive to women. Pepsi has not pulled the application from the App Store, however. Article

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