Law firm looking into Sprint, iPCS deal; NSN shifts jobs

> Levi & Korsinsky is one of several law firms that said it will look into whether iPCS' board violated their duties by agreeing to be acquired by Sprint Nextel. Representatives from Sprint and iPCS declined to comment. Release

> Nokia Siemens Networks said it would transfer around 170 employees and some technical services to Accenture, Tieto and Wipro. Article (sub. req.)

> Apple's dominance in the smartphone space may wane in the next few years. Commentary

> Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said the software giant knows that it must "kill" with Windows Mobile 7. Article

> Symbian Foundation catalyst and futurist David Wood announced on his blog that he is leaving the non-profit initiative. Article

> Nokia inked a five-year agreement with mobile payments and license management services provider Tanla Solutions in a deal that promises to enable new application rights management and billing options. Article

And finally... Authorities in Switzerland stopped an Italian man for committing 15 driving violations in 11 minutes. Article

Suggested Articles

Worldwide RAN revenues are projected to reach $200 billion over the 2019-2024 forecast period.

C Spire said it’s delivering mobile speeds up to 200 Mbps after upgrading more than 150 LTE sites across Mississippi.

Uncertainty related to the proposed merger of T-Mobile and Sprint led to reduced sales in North America for Ericsson during the fourth quarter.