Nokia's promises a 'fightback'; Intel's smartphone strategy slips

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> Nokia's new smartphone chief promises "the fightback starts now." Post

> Samsung will use Skyhook's location-tracking technology. Article

> Congressional lawmakers are peaking into mobile broadband technologies for public-safety agencies. Article

> Telstra said it tested LTE at 1800 MHz via a kit from Huawei. Article. Separately, Nokia Siemens Networks and Nokia said they conducted an LTE call at 800 MHz. Release

> Intel's efforts to get its silicon into smartphones may take a little longer than initially expected. Article

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> Apple appears to be letting Google ads pass through its App Store. Article

> Entertainment behemoth Disney acquired Tapulous, maker of the popular "Tap Tap Revenge" iPhone game. Article

> Qualcomm is considering selling its FLO TV mobile TV effort. Article

> Digital devices represent the future of news media, according to Google CEO Eric Schmidt. Article

And finally... That purported Steve Jobs email? It's a fake. Article

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