Flagship phones driving online sales growth; Nokia shuts down Mosh site

> Sales of flagship phones such as Apple's iPhone 3G and Research In Motion's BlackBerry Storm are the key drivers for sales growth on carriers' websites, according to new research by comScore. Release

> Nokia is planning to shut down its social networking site Mosh in advance of its launch of the Ovi Store, its application marketplace. Article

> ABI Research is predicting a tough year for radio access network (RAN) equipment vendors, with equipment expenditures expected to drop 6 percent. Article

> Vodafone and Orange recently struck major network outsourcing deals, with Orange choosing Nokia Siemens Networks and Vodafone choosing Ericsson. Article

> Sweden has approved the application by five Swedish mobile operators to phase-in new technology and services into the entire 900 MHz spectrum band. Article

> Supercomm is moving its annual show from June to October in an attempt to capitalize on opportunities that could come from $7.2 billion in federal broadband stimulus money. Article

And finally... A California town is hiring a contractor to spray paint bald patches on the lawns of foreclosed homes green in an attempt to sell the homes. Article

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