South Korean regulators flag Qualcomm; Nortel CEO defends bonuses

> South Korean antitrust regulators said Qualcomm engaged in unfair licensing practices. Article

> Nortel Networks CEO Mike Zafirovski defended $45 million in bonuses paid to executives at the bankrupt company. Article

> U.S. Cellular launched the Samsung Axle, a basic flip phone, for $50 after rebate and on contract. Article

> Free Press is challenging AT&T Mobility's decision to allow a Major League Baseball app for the iPhone to stream mobile video after it denied 3G support for Sling Media's SlingPlayer Mobile video app. Article

> FierceMobileHealthcare decided to take a brief look at 15 commonly used free healthcare apps for the iPhone. Slideshow

And finally... Danica Patrick is back in another Boost Mobile commercial, which will be played in movie theaters this summer. Video

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