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Symbian: Mobile OS Boss... For Now
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/2/2008

Symbian is still the very top of the mobile OS pile, but unit growth is slowing

Sprint Reaffirms WiMax Targets
Jonestown | 9/2/2008

15M by the end of the year

New Apple Stuff!
Jonestown | 9/2/2008

Coming September 9th

Brace for Impact
Craig's A-List | 9/2/2008

What the geeks are drooling over this week

Convergys Mulls Billing Spinoff
News Analysis | 9/2/2008

Convergys's billing business could go it alone with its very own stock ticker

IBM Tempts Telcos, Secures BladeCenter
News Analysis | 9/2/2008

A new security blade for BladeCenter is the latest ammo in Big Blue's telecom push

China Mobile Flexes LTE Muscle
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/2/2008

China Mobile wants to start LTE trials, but has to wait on chipset and equipment availability

Should BT Do LTE?
Wireless Bits | 9/2/2008

What if BT ditches WiMax for LTE?

This Explains a Lot
Monkey Bidness | 9/2/2008

Stay stupid, live longer

1 + 1 + 1 Does Not Equal 3
LR Mobile Column | 9/2/2008

Being bloated does not make one a 'world leader'

Google Launches Browser
EuroBlog | 9/2/2008

Google unveils beta version of its browser, Chrome

Verwaayen Takes the Helm at AlcaLu
News Analysis | 9/2/2008

Former BT chief Ben Verwaayen is the new CEO of Alcatel-Lucent, a role he has coveted for a long time, according to industry sources

Europe Gears Up for IPTV Showcase
LR Cable News Analysis | 9/1/2008

As some of Europe's leading operators enter the next phase of their IPTV deployments, the region's telco TV players head to IBC

Quigley Talk Boosts ALU
EuroBlog | 9/1/2008

AlcaLu's stock climbs as Quigley fever spreads

LTE Hopeful Runcom Pockets $10M
LR Mobile News Analysis | 9/1/2008

Chip vendor Runcom raises $10 million to help bolster its current mobile WiMax business and fund its expansion into LTE and femtocells

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