Nokia Siemens leads base station contracts; T-Mobile launches the Samsung Memoir

> Global base station contracts topped 550 in 2008, and the charge was led by Nokia Siemens Networks, according to research by EJL Wireless. Release

> T-Mobile USA officially began selling the 8-megapixel Samsung Memoir for $249.99 with a two-year contract. Article

> Marco Boerries, the executive vice president of Yahoo's Connected Life division is resigning, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal. Article

> Seventy percent of U.S. mobile subscribers used their phones to get information through Internet searches last year, according to ABI Research, a 14 percent jump over 2007. Article

And finally... Three Texas teens who stole an antique $1,000 bill were caught when they tried to exchange the bill at a bank in Alabama. Article

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