Nokia to use Qualcomm's Snapdragon; Tele2 CEO ousted

> Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs told the Finnish newspaper Helsingin Sanomat that Nokia will build a Symbian smartphone this year using Qualcomm's Snapdragon processor. Article

> Tele2 fired CEO Harri Koponen because of "irreconcilable differences over leadership." Article

> How has the convergence of LTE and WiMAX evolved? Commentary

> France Telecom and Deutsche Telekom are making concessions to ease competitive concerns over their merger of Orange UK and T-Mobile UK, but that may not be enough. Article

> The FCC has established a goal for the minimum broadband access speed: 100 Mbps. Article

> Smart card company Sagem Orga and Telefonica plan to roll out a new SIM card that features integrated WiFi, allowing any GSM phone to act as a universal and interoperable HSPA/WiFi router. Article

> Almost a year after introducing a free Kindle ebook application for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch, online retail giant Amazon.com announced the launch of Kindle for BlackBerry. Article

> The U.S. International Trade Commission said it will investigate claims that Apple and Research in Motion are infringing on Kodak's intellectual property. Article

And finally... A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign found that participants had trouble remembering the details of conversations they had while driving and talking on mobile phones. Article

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