Republic Wireless goes truly unlimited; FCC approves first white space devices, networks

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> MVNO Republic Wireless said it will eliminate its cellular fair-use policy and offer truly unlimited service. Article

> The FCC approved Spectrum Bridge as the first administrator for TV white space networks. Release

> Nokia provided some clarity on the name change of its Symbian platform. Article

> Motorola Mobility acquired SetJam, a television and movie directory company. Article

> U.S. Cellular will launch the Huawei Ascend II next week. Article

> A Canadian company sued Research In Motion over the "BBM" trademark. Article

> Samsung launched two dual-SIM Galaxy Y phones. Article

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> Mobile commerce explodes into the mainstream. Article

> Google's Motorola acquisition, legal threats cloud Android's future. Article

> Streaming media services redefine mobile entertainment access. Article

> Amazon.com emerges as a mobile content powerhouse. Article

> Lawmakers and consumers anguish over mobile data security. Article

And finally... An electronics store in Vietnam created a 15-foot Christmas tree made from more than 2,500 unusable cellphones. Article

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