Nokia cutting jobs in Finland; Alcatel-Lucent CTO out

> Nokia said it will cut 285 jobs in Finland as part of an effort to streamline operations. Article

> Paul Mankiewich, Alcatel-Lucent's CTO for wireless products, is leaving the company. A replacement has not been named. Article

> The Vodafone Group reported declines in voice revenues but a rise in revenues from data services. Article

> Over the next five years shipments of wireless M2M modules for security applications across the EU will increase significantly, according to analysts at Berg Insight. Article

> At the Mobile World Congress trade show later this month, Ericsson said it will give a demo of HSPA technology capable of transmitting data at peak rates of 84 Mbps. Article

> The GSM Association joined forces with comScore and four U.K. mobile operators in a new initiative, Mobile Media Metrics, that the group said will provide hard data on mobile Internet usage. Article

And finally... A Leap Wireless customer has recovered the Guinness World Record as the world's fastest texter. Release

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