Palm handing out free accessories; STMicroelectronics turns a profit

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> Palm, beset by takeover rumors, is deploying teams to countries where it sells its webOS products to give out free accessories to any Palm customers they spot. Article

> STMicroelectronics, Europe's biggest chipset company, reported a profit of $57 million for the first quarter, the first profit it has turned since 2007. Article

> Nokia released two new TD-SCDMA phones for China Mobile, including its first TD-SCDMA Symbian phone. Article

> Worldwide revenue from femtocells surged 154 percent in 2009 compared with 2008, according to Infonetics Research, and the research firm predicts 2.5 million femtocells will be sold in 2011. Article

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> Barnes & Noble adds Android apps to nook ereader. Article

> How long can Apple sustain its mobile momentum? Article

> Apple's iPad already accounts for 26 percent of Wired.com's mobile traffic. Article

And finally... Sprint Nextel is launching a contest for its Sprint Premier customers, offering 10 of them them the chance to get an HTC Evo 4G before the smartphone hits the market. Article

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