Nokia Tube lands in the U.S.; Delta announces in-flight Internet service

> The Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, also known as the Tube, is now available at Nokia's stores in the U.S. However, it comes with no U.S. 3G network support and a price tag of $350 (unlocked). Article

> Delta Airlines announced the launch of Gogo in-flight Internet service beginning on shuttle flights between New York's LaGuardia Airport, Boston's Logan and Washington's Reagan National airports. Release
 
> Vodafone CEO Vittorio Colao is expected to start his cost-cutting program in the New Year, which he has promised will save the company $1.36 billion. Article 

> Ericsson has announced itself publicly as a kind of honest broker in the smartphone world, arguing that there needs to be a common set of application programming interfaces that would let programs and services run on different smartphone platforms and handsets. Article

>  Georgia-based EMS Technologies said it was buying Formation for about $40 million, giving a boost to its plans for in-flight Internet. Article 

And finally... Estonia, by an act of Parliament, has become the first country to allow its citizens to vote via mobile phone. the first voting will be for parliamentary elections in 2011. Article

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