TerreStar Genus goes on sale to consumers; LTE-Advanced gets ITU OK

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> Nokia hired a new chief of marketing. Release

> The LTE-Advanced specification received final ITU ratification. Release

> Apple has reportedly been poaching Research In Motion employees. Article (sub. req.)

> The International Trade Commission has agreed to hear Apple's complaints against Motorola. Article

> The TerreStar Genus cellular-satellite phone is now on sale to consumers. Release

> AT&T and Verizon may have to pay extra into their respective pension funds. Article

> Verizon is reportedly testing a device that will route home phone service over the carrier's wireless network. Article

> Steve Wozniak's misstatement on Apple's purchase of Nuance helped push Nuance's shares up. Article

Mobile Content News

> Mobile Web solutions developer Skyfire launched its Skyfire 3.0 browser for Android smartphones. Article

> Acer to launch Alive digital storefront. Article

> More Opera Mini browser users ages 18 to 27 use their mobile phones to browse the web than they do their desktop or laptop computer. Article

> New features are beginning to emerge from iOS 4.2, including Accelerometer and Gyroscope support in the DeviceOrientation API. Article

> Mobile content services and technology vendor m-Wise will team with Latino mobile media provider LatCel to launch Club Lo2Yo. Article

And finally... A historic Apple computer sold for $210,000. Article

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