Summary:

»  German based cellity, which “offers a solution to collect and securely store users’ contacts in one place,” sold certain assets…

»  German based cellity, which “offers a solution to collect and securely store users’ contacts in one place,” sold certain assets to Nokia (NYSE: NOK). The Finnish handsetmaker believes these assets can help it in the social networking world. [Release]

»  By the end of the year, Google’s Android OS will be in everyday products like remote controls and home phones. [Forbes]

»  A regional breakdown of where Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) has sold their 18.6 million iPod Touches [CNN Money]

»  Google (NSDQ: GOOG) released its Google Latitude for the iPhone as a web app for Safari; Apple didn’t want an iPhone app. [Official Google Mobile Blog]

»  Verizon (NYSE: VZ) is suggesting a compromise on the issue of roaming and using smaller mobile operators’ networks. [Yahoo Tech]

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