Verizon to launch femtocells; Samsung confirms Android development

> Verizon Wireless is set to launch a femtocell product in the next week, based on Samsung's Ubicell design. Article

> Samsung confirmed it would be launching a handset based on Google's Android platform, and is accelerating the development to meet the needs of local carriers. Article

> The lead developer of Google's Android OS has been named the chief technology officer at Coupons Inc. Article

> Microsoft reportedly is set to launch a Windows Mobile application store next month at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Article

> The U.K. Government has divided a $220 million contract for public sector mobile services among the four largest U.K. mobile operators. Article

> T-Mobile said it would be launching the G1 in many European countries later this quarter. Article

And finally... A New York man was accused of fishing in a pet store aquarium, catching a $350 shark and sneaking it out under his coat. Article

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