Nokia unveils two low-cost cell phones; T-Mobile goes after B2B market with new products

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> T-Mobile USA introduced a suite of new B2B solutions that will help businesses manage their wireless services more efficiently and cost effectively. Release

> Verizon Communications purchased cloud computing firm CloudSwitch. Article

> Nokia unveiled two low-cost cell phones aimed at emerging markets. Article

> iSuppli reports that smartphones will comprise more than half of the global market by 2015. Report

European Wireless News

> Vodafone announced a new deal with Google that will see its Android billing agreement extended to cover the mobile operator's worldwide operations. Article

> German consumer organisation Stiftung Warentest rated E-Plus as having the poorest mobile data service. Article

> What will Google do with Motorola Mobility? Commentary

> Iliad's Free Mobile has filed a complaint with France's highest court over the conditions being applied to the upcoming LTE spectrum auctions. Article

Broadband Wireless News

> An analyst suggested that Dish Network could enlist the help of Sprint Nextel to get its plan off the ground and save billions of dollars. Article

> Cisco Systems introduced a new machine-to-machine gateway that extends corporate 3G/4G wireless WAN services to devices located away from a company's headquarters. Article

Mobile Content News

> Verizon Wireless is selling Intuit's GoPayment credit card reader. Article

> Facebook is reportedly planning to add a series of photo-filtering options to its mobile applications. Article

And finally... A series of domain names hint that the next generation of Kindles will be named after the elements--KindleAir, KindleWave. Article