Intel, Qualcomm missing tablet market; Spanish firm acquires NSN's fixed-wireless biz

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> According to Strategy Analytics, Intel and Qualcomm are missing the boat when it comes to tablet silicon. Post

> Nuance said it will acquire transcription company Transcend. Article

> Juniper Networks selected Spirent Communications' mobile network solutions to test the Juniper Networks MobileNext Broadband Gateway. Release

> CN TETRAGEN, a privately held Spanish technology holding, acquired Nokia Siemens Networks' fixed-wireless broadband business, Expedience. Release

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> Sony's PlayStation Suite will be open to all developers in April. Article

> Opera Mini is now available in BlackBerry App World. Article

> Payment solutions startup Square is trialing Checker, a new system enabling New York City taxi passengers to more quickly pay their fare via credit card while compensating drivers within 24 hours. Article

> Verizon Wireless has vowed to update 14 smartphones and tablets to run Google's Android 4.0 mobile operating system. Article

And finally... A man who was fined for talking on his cell phone while driving argues that he doesn't own a phone. Article

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