Verizon launches new netbook; Nokia resuming production outsourcing

Quick news from around the Web:

@FierceWireless: 2010 FierceWireless Fierce 15 startups aim to solve industry problems, tap new markets. Commentary| Follow @FierceWireless

> Verizon Wireless launched a new netbook, the HP Mini 210, for $149.99 with a two-year contract and after a $100 mail-in rebate. Release

> Nokia said it will resume using subcontractors for some handset assembly this year. Article

> Reports have popped up that the latest iPhone OS will allow Internet tethering over AT&T Mobility's network. Article

> Hewlett-Packard wants to use Palm's webOS platform in printers. Article

> Sprint Nextel's HTC Hero is upgraded to Android 2.1. Article

Mobile Content News

>
OnStar exploring sub-brand for entertainment services. Article

> MMA: One in five U.S. adults now using mobile commerce. Article

> Android edges Windows Mobile in global smartphone share. Article

And finally... What would Steve Jobs and Bill Gates have to say to each other? Article

Whitepaper

Do you think today's Open RAN networks are truly OPEN?

Saankhya Labs’ revolutionary 5G Open, vRAN approach disaggregates hardware from software, and unshackles the underlying hardware architecture enabling use of open heterogenous compute platforms, for truly open networks that eliminate vendor lock-in, increase scalability and reduce TCO.