Novatel posts higher profit; Will high price hurt iPhone sales in China?

> Novatel Wireless reported net income of $6.2 million in the third quarter, a dramatic reversal of its $1 million loss in the same period last year. Article

> China Unicom opened sales of Apple's iPhone today, but the gadget's high price ($1,024 without a service contract) may dampen demand. Article (sub. req.)

> The smartphone revolution will test established players in the European market, like Nokia and Vodafone, as they navigate changing market dynamics. Commentary

> Content vendor Handmark announced it will release six new Android applications. Article

> Nokia said users who purchase premium content and applications from its Ovi Store virtual marketplace may now re-download, recover and restore their software in the event something happens to it. Article

And finally... Officials slapped four teenagers in Utah with disorderly conduct charges for rapping their order at a McDonald's restaurant. Article

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