FCC outs CDMA iPhone; Motorola, RIM could lose share to Apple

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@FierceWireless: Verizon iPhone has relocated buttons, might require new cases. Article | Follow @FierceWireless

> Nokia could launch an LTE phone in February. Article

> Motorola Mobility and Research In Motion could see shipments decline by more than 6 million devices due to the Verizon Wireless iPhone. Article

> Volvo's CEO could become chairman of Ericsson. Article

> The FCC posted documents relating to a CDMA iPhone. Article

Mobile Content News

> Fading social networking site MySpace cut 47 percent of its staff--about 500 employees in all. Article

> Microsoft maintains it has no plans to introduce a dedicated mobile gaming platform. Article

> Online retail giant Amazon.com introduced Amazon Deals, a free iPhone application promising on-the-go access to daily offers. Article

And finally... Jon Stewart on the Verizon iPhone. Video

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