Nokia escapes fines in Russia; Obama bans texting while driving for feds

> Nokia will escape fines for violating Russian competition laws because it voluntarily addressed the issue, Russia's Anti-Monopoly Service said. Article

> President Obama signed an executive order banning federal employees from texting while driving. The administration also wants to outlaw the activity for bus drivers and truckers who cross state lines. Article

> T-Mobile UK began selling the T-Mobile Pulse, Huawei's first Android phone. Article

> With a focus on enterprise and mobile applications, will the spotlight ignore entertainment next week at the CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment 2009 show in San Diego? Commentary

> Mobile Internet usage grew 34 percent year-over-year, according to Nielsen. Article

And finally... Jon Stewart takes a look at CNN's coverage of the texting-and-driving issue. Video

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