FBI investigates ZTE; Nokia closes some Chinese offices

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> U.S. Cellular announced it will purchase additional 700 MHz licenses. Release

> The FBI said it opened an investigation into ZTE for its alleged sales of equipment to Iran. Article

> Nokia will close two of its four offices in China. Article

> LG will pay $380 million over a LCD price-fixing case. Article

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> Twitter released a new native application optimized for Nokia's Series 40 feature phones, promising much of same functionality integrated into its smartphone apps. Article

> Mobile software developer interest in Research In Motion's BlackBerry operating system continues to erode, according to a new survey published by Baird Equity Research. Article

And finally… Apple is conspicuously absent from Sony's new Spider-Man movie. Article

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