Nokia's strategy receives chilly reception; RIM, HP close to a deal?

> Nokia's strategy for the future, as outlined by CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo at the company's annual meeting, failed to impress debt ratings agency Moody's, which warned that Nokia might lose its A1 credit rating. Article

> Research In Motion and HP are reportedly close to inking an enterprise mobility deal. Article

> Finnish carriers TeliaSonera, Elisa and DNA were granted additional wireless spectrum, potentially allowing them to start building 4G mobile networks. Article

> Centaur has developed a chipset for use within femtocells and base stations that supports 2G technologies, which it said is critical to increasing wireless access in emerging markets. Article

> Orange's head of spectrum strategy, Nicolas Ott, called on the British government to share the 900 MHz band equally among the country's major operators. Article

And finally... Mobile author Peter Brett penned a 384-page novel during two years of commuting to and from work--on his iPaq smartphone. Article

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