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> Nokia's plan for layoffs has impressed Finnish trade unions. Article

> Sequans priced its initial public offering at $77 million, lower than the company had initially hoped. Article

> Carolina West Wireless entered into an agreement as part of Clear Stream Communications to partner with Verizon Wireless in the LTE in Rural America initiative. Release

> China's Huawei said it is still looking for acquisitions in the United States. Article

> T-Mobile USA's G2X is now selling for $200. Article

> T-Mobile said it obtained permanent injunctions in four separate lawsuits alleging phone trafficking and airtime theft schemes. Article

> Microsoft's new requirements for Windows Phone 7 devices include references to Qualcomm's second-generation Snapdragon chipset. Article

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> Skype's Android application can potentially release a user's personal information. Article

> South Korean regulators are worried about Google's dominance of mobile search in the country. Article

> Verizon Wireless will continue to stream NFL games to its subscribers. Article

> Apple released a software update that addresses a number of software bugs. Article

> Game sales across the iOS and Android mobile operating systems generated revenues in excess of $800 million in 2010 and now represent 8 percent of the U.S. multi-platform gaming market. Article

And finally... President Obama wants a cooler phone. Article

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