Nokia, Intel not in mobile broadband push; Sony Ericsson launches new strategy

> Nokia and Intel are noticeably absent from a $1 billion mobile broadband initiative backed by the likes of T-Mobile, Dell, Lenovo, Qualcomm and Vodafone. Article

> Sony Ericsson is launching a new push for profitability as it cuts 450 jobs in North America. Article

> Apple has dropped a non-disclosure agreement it previously had held developers to for applications for the iPhone 3G. Article

> Google touts platform-wide Android search integration. Article; Video

> EA Mobile: No Android games without premium billing. Article

> LG announced a new touch-screen phone with an 8 megapixel camera, the aptly-named Renoir. See our image slideshow; Release

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And finally... A Nielson Mobile study has found that Democrats are slightly more mobile savvy than Republicans. Article 

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