Nokia tops among Windows Phone vendors; Apple kills push email in Germany

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> Nokia is now the world's largest vendor of Microsoft's Windows Phone platform. Release

> Nvidia announced an LTE partnership with Renesas and GCT Semiconductor. Article

> Cisco purchased Lightwire. Article

> AT&T is using Intucell's self-optimizing network technology. Article

> Apple turned off push email on its iCloud and MobileMe service in Germany. Article

> Wireless bill analyzation firm Validas argues in a that data throttling is pointless. Article

> According to a Bytemobile survey, mobile video now accounts for 70 percent of all data traffic on some wireless networks. Release

> Apple approved a measure that will give investors more of a say over the company's directors. Article

> Huawei named BBH as its new advertising agency to promote its smartphones. Article

> Sony is pushing Android version Ice Cream Sandwich to some of its phones. Article

> Samsung announced a quad-core version of its Exynos processor. Article

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> Google Music is reportedly not meeting expectations. Article

> Open-source software initiative Mozilla is poised to announce a partnership with manufacturer LG Electronics to produce the first smartphone running the open-source Boot to Gecko mobile operating system, ExtremeTech reports. Article

> Mobile advertising platform Smaato unveiled its Global Price Index, designed to serve as an international rate card offering advertisers and developers expanded insight into their mobile campaigns. Article

> Netflix said it won't support Research In Motion's BlackBerry platform or its PlayBook tablet. Article

> Glympse, the company behind the pioneering location sharing app of the same name, announced two new features for Android users: the "Tap-n-Track" and automatic Calendar Integration. Release

And finally... Here's an independent designer's take on what the iPhone 5 might look like. Article

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