Nokia opens 1M Ovi email accounts; Ericsson forms new division in San Jose

> Nokia said that more than 1 million Ovi email accounts have been opened since the service started last December. Article

> Qualcomm said the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California threw out a class-action lawsuit accusing the company of antitrust violations. Article

> The Progress & Freedom Foundation submitted a court filing supporting Comcast's challenge to the FCC's authority to impose net neutrality regulations. Article

> Ericsson appointed Douglas Gilstrap to head the company's "group function strategy," noting Gilstrap's experience in both business development and telecommunications. Release

> Recursion Software announced the extension of its C++ Toolkit development library to the Symbian platform. Article

> Mobile analytics provider Motally announced the beta launch of its mobile application analytics service for the iPhone and BlackBerry platforms. Article

> What were the top paid Android applications in June? Slideshow

> Brightpoint signed a multi-year reverse logistics agreement with Boost Mobile. Release

> Ericsson said it would form a new division in San Jose focused on IP & Broadband solutions with R&D focused on mobile broadband and Internet convergence. Release

And finally... A South Korean hypnotist was fined for kissing a woman on a blind date he thought he had hypnotized. Article

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