Huawei ships 20M smartphones in 2011; Nokia Astound left out of Symbian Belle party

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@FierceWireless: Nokia N9 spotted running Ice Cream Sandwich, dual-boot in the works. Article | [email protected]

> Huawei said it shipped 20 million smartphones globally in 2011. Article

> Sierra Wireless posted its fourth straight quarterly loss. Article

> T-Mobile USA said the Nokia Astound will not be upgraded to Symbian Belle. Article

> A German court dismissed Motorola's latest patent lawsuit against Apple. Article

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> Appcelerator acquired mobile app infrastructure firm Cocoafish. Financial details were not disclosed. Article

> Google is at work on a patch for a security flaw identified in its Wallet mobile payment service. Article

> Professional networking platform LinkedIn will integrate advertisements into its mobile applications. Article

And finally... The FBI's file on Steve Jobs painted him as a reality-distorting visionary. Article

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