Nokia secures loan for Symbian R&D; Google adds mobile app to WinMo phones

> Nokia said it had secured a $630 million five-year loan to finance research and development for Symbian-based phones. Article

> Google said it has released its Google Mobile App search utility for phones running on Microsoft's Windows Mobile platform. Article

> Qualcomm has outlined plans for a multimode 3G/LTE chipset that will include support for EV-DO Rev. B and multicarrier HSPA+ and LTE. Article

> A group of WiMAX vendors, including Intel, Cisco, Alvarion, Nokia Siemens, Alcatel Lucent, Motorola, ZTE, and Huawei pledged their continued support of WiMAX in the wake of Verizon Wireless' LTE vendor announcements. Article 

And finally... A German man arrested in the United States is awaiting trial on charges of having tried to smuggle 40 tons of coral he harvested off the coast of the Philippines. Article

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