A short article in Business 2.0 gives the latest on Nokia’s efforts to get back into the CDMA business. We’ve covered this issue before, but the flood of press on the subject suggests that part of Nokia’s strategy seems to be a publicity campaign to wipe out the notion that (a) they don’t care about CDMA and (b) when they do make CDMA phones, they don’t work very well. The company is even admitting that, in the past, they didn’t pay enough attention to CDMA. Now, however, they insist that (really, really) this time will be different. Update: Meanwhile, this other article points out that Qualcomm is fighting back.