Nokia Siemens accused of enabling Iranian spying; BlackBerry Torch BOM totals $171

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> Nokia Siemens Networks faces a lawsuit in a U.S. court over allegations of helping the Iranian government spy on dissidents. Article

> Sprint Nextel sued a South Dakota company, alleging it operates a "traffic pumping" scheme on an American Indian reservation. Article

> Cricket provider Leap Wireless will sell the Android-powered Kyocera Zio for $299.99. Webpage

> Samsung's Galaxy S "Vibrant" Android phone is available from T-Mobile USA for $99 today. Article

> Mexico awarded 30 MHz of spectrum to various bidders. Article (sub. req.)

> The bill of materials for the BlackBerry Torch totals $171, according to research firm iSuppli. Release

> In a new advertisement, Sony acknowledges the threat of the iPhone to its PSP portable gaming business. Article

Mobile Content News

> HBO TV shows will be available on Apple's iPad and other mobile devices within six months, according to reporting by Bloomberg. Article

> Online video company Vimeo debuted its Universal Player targeting iPhones, Android devices and other mobile handsets. Article

> ReadWriteWeb reported on an Android game that hides a commercial spying service. Article

> Consumer survey-based leisure information provider Zagat released its Zagat to Go 4.0 application for Apple's iPhone. Article

> Grooveshark said its iPhone app was removed from the Apple App Store due to a complaint from Universal Music Group UK. Article

> Music video and entertainment website Vevo unveiled a free application developed for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> The global market will see an installed base of more than 2.6 billion WiFi-enabled consumer devices by 2014. Article

And finally... John Mellencamp: The Internet is like the atomic bomb. Article