Nokia pushes N-Series; Motorola reveals new European strategy

> Nokia is spending $150 million in a new ad push to promote its N-Series line of phones, and has contracted the firm of Wieden & Kennedy to get the message out. Article

> Motorola has unveiled a radical new European comeback strategy by focusing on a few countries in Western Europe and by working only with Carphone Warehouse and O2. Article

> Research In Motion's BlackBerry Storm has launched in the U.K. through Vodafone, and is offered for free to business customers who sign up for a contract. Article

> T-Mobile Hungary has commissioned the first hydrogen-powered base stations. Article

And finally... Russian villagers have apparently stolen an entire Russian Orthodox church and sold it off brick by brick. Article

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