RIM partners with China Mobile; Ericsson to cut nearly 1,000 jobs

> Research In Motion and China Mobile said they will offer BlackBerry devices that support TD-SCDMA and TD-LTE service. Article

> Ericsson said it would cut close to 1,000 jobs at sites in Sweden. Article

> A youth movement is quietly driving iPod touch application usage. Commentary

> Motorola will begin selling a smartphone similar to the Droid through China Mobile later this month. Article

> RIM introduced a new Themes category in its BlackBerry App World storefront. Article

> Apple unveiled iTunes Rewind 2009, a new iTunes storefront feature spotlighting the year's top-selling iPhone applications and media downloads. Article

> The Federal Trade Commission is reviewing Google proposed $750 million acquisition of mobile advertising network AdMob. Article

> ICO Global Communications named Clearwire's Ben Wolff as chairman of its board of directors and its interim CEO beginning Dec. 31. Release

And finally... Is this the first iPhone application development reality show? Article

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