Nokia unveils new messaging phones; Did Huawei approach Palm?

> Nokia released three new cheap messaging phones aimed at challenging BlackBerry maker Research In Motion. Article

> According to Reuters, Chinese vendor Huawei approached Palm in February about a possible deal for the smartphone maker, but talks have not moved forward. Article

> Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg said he is pleased with the current strategic course the company is on, and does not plan any major changes. Article

> The Nasdaq OMX Group, along with the Consumer Electronics Association, launched a new stock index that tracks companies involved in the smartphone market. Article

> Gordon Smith, the president of the National Association of Broadcasters, lashed out at the FCC's plan to get spectrum for mobile broadband from broadcasters. Article

And finally... A portable Beer Bible. Release

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