T-Mobile launches Sony Ericsson flip phone; HTC unveils new ad campaign

> T-Mobile USA is launching the Sony Ericsson Equinox flip phone tomorrow for $50. The phone comes with motion controls to silence calls, turn-by-turn navigation and an FM radio. Article

> HTC began a multi-million dollar global ad campaign aimed at increasing its brand recognition and centered around its ability to deliver different kinds of devices for different users. Article

> What's the status of Nokia's Ovi Store five months on? Commentary

> Research In Motion has been busy trumpeting the enhancements of the Blackberry OS 5.0. Article

> Google said the voicemail service in its Google Voice offering can be set up so that a user can link their original cell phone number to it. Article

> ZTE reported a 58.2 percent rise in profit in the third quarter. Article

And finally... Metal fans, get ready: Metallica is coming to the iPhone in the form of the new app called "Tap Tap Revenge: Metallica." Article

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