Nokia intros low-cost touchscreen phones; Alvarion cuts jobs, pay

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> Nokia released three low-end, touchscreen Asha phones for emerging markets. Article

> Alvarion is cutting jobs and pay. Article

> Motorola Solutions and Intrado announced a new alliance to sell next-generation 911 products to public-safety agencies. Release

> LG recorded a win against InterDigital in their patent fight. Article

> Verizon Wireless' Samsung Galaxy S II is poised to get global roaming capabilities thanks to a software update. Article

> Motorola Mobility's former CMO Bill Ogle is now the CEO of Blue Calypso. Release

> A new Google TV box from Honeywld Technology will stream movies from Android 4.0 phones. Article

> Samsung joined the Linux Foundation. Article

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> Google acquired Quickoffice. Article

> Tablet ad impressions across the InMobi mobile advertising network have increased 88 percent over the last six months and are now growing nearly twice as fast as smartphone impressions, the firm reports. Article

> Facebook introduced a mobile-only version of its Sponsored Stories advertising service, enabling marketers to target consumers exclusively on smartphones and tablets. Article

> Nokia refreshed its Maps offering for Windows Phone. Article

And finally… Motorola Mobility believes it unveiled the world's longest indoor branding project at the Dubai International Airport. Article

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