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> Nokia is shipping its second Symbian^3 phone. Article

> Alltel will use billing technology from Convergys. Release

> Smartphone vendor Modu revealed the T. Article

> Comcast is getting into the free WiFi market. Article

> The New York Times reported Verizon Wireless will get the iPhone next year. Article

Mobile Content News

> "Angry Birds" is flying clear of Windows Phone 7. Article

> Apple is reportedly in negotiations with major record labels to introduce a subscription-based music service. Article

> PacketVideo unveiled Twonky Mobile. Article

> T-Mobile USA debuted its new T-Mobile TV service. Article

> Huawei is the latest entrant into the expanding app store ecosystem. Article

> Executives from across the American corporate landscape discussed the growing impact of mobile technologies on their businesses. Article

> Verizon Wireless' V Cast Video service will add programming from cable networks Disney XD and ABC Family. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> IPWireless announced Public Service Wireless is deploying a high-speed wireless Internet network in the 700 MHz band using IPWireless' platform. Article

> Novatel Wireless said its portfolio of LTE and WiMAX devices will be ready for upcoming network rollouts. Article

> AT&T: Our LTE plans haven't been delayed. Article

> How is 4G different? Commentary

European Wireless News

> Europe dramatically lags behind Japan and the U.S. in consumer uptake of the mobile Internet. Article

> Around 29 percent of European consumers noticed mobile advertising and responded to it. Article

> Turkcell will launch itself into the European market via an MVNO agreement with Deutsche Telekom. Article

> MeeGo is torn between Nokia and Intel. Article

> Vodafone dumped its CMO. Article

> Huawei secured a massive deal to upgrade Vodafone Italy's network to support HSPA+. Article

And finally... iPhone in space. Article

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