Verizon signs deal with VeriSign; NSN cutting jobs in Florida

> Verizon Wireless and VeriSign announced the launch of a new application promising subscribers additional safeguards to secure their personal data. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks intends to cut 86 jobs at a facility in Boca Raton, Fla., and close the location down by the end of 2010. Article

> Portals and directories generated more mobile advertising spending in the fourth quarter of 2009 than any other vertical, according to mobile ad network Millennial Media. Article

> Good Technology acquired CloudSync, a mobile device management company. Release

> Microsoft is once again shooting down the idea of a "Zune phone." Article

And finally... Apple CEO Steve Jobs frantically pulled an all-nighter to get the company's new tablet ready for today's unveiling, according to The Onion. Article

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