Nokia hints at Symbian makeover; Moto invests in Catch Media

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@FierceWireless: RT @engadget: HTC Thunderbolt delayed until March 4th, says a Best Buy store with a Twitter account. Article | Follow @FierceWireless

> Nokia hinted at a Symbian homescreen makeover. Article

> Motorola invested in Catch Media. Article

> The addressable market for the iPhone appears to be growing. Article

> Microsoft is investigating the integration of phones and desktop computers. Article

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> Rovio Mobile's blockbuster Angry Birds headlines a series of mobile games coming to Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 operating this spring. Article

> The Echo Nest debuts Pocket Hipster music discovery app. Release

> Total Immersion debuts augmented m-commerce solution. Release

And finally... LG responded to concerns over the use of spiders in its ads. Article

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