'Vulture' firm has Nortel in its sights; Windows Marketplace offering 600 apps at launch

> Private equity investor MatlinPatterson, which Fortune has described as "the Babe Ruth of vulture investing," may compete with Nokia Siemens Networks in bidding for Nortel. Article

> Microsoft said its Windows Marketplace for Mobile application storefront will launch with 600 applications. Article

> If Huawei is to gain footing in established markets, it may need an image makeover as a more transparent company, according to a Reuters article. Article

> Verizon Wireless announced two new ringback jukebox bundles themed for the July 4 holiday. Article

> Skype released version 1.1 of its app for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch, but it does not include push notifications. Article

And finally... With the real Steve Jobs back at Apple, at least for a few days a week, it seems the fake Steve Jobs has also returned. Article

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