Nokia says it's still investing in Ovi Share; Level Vision will make low-cost devices

> Nokia is denying published reports it that it will halt investment in its Ovi Share media-sharing site. Article

> A new handset ODM and OEM, Level Vision Electronics, said it will begin introducing low-cost handsets. Release

> Virgin America said it will offer Gogo in-flight Internet service on every flight. Release

> Nokia is seeking to patent a type of emoticon messaging for phones that relies on lights and colors. Article

And finally... Secretary of State Hillary Clinton unveiled a plan to aid Pakistani refugees by, in part, allowing Americans to send relief donations via text message. Article

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