1:45 PM Bharti Airtel's sticking its global data pipes in emerging markets
Also: Xfinity brand causes confusion in Florida, Charter licenses Rovi's IPG, Blockbuster does discounts, drug smuggler uses fake DirecTV van
Comcast's new IP-based video navigation system and its massive VoD library could turn things around by 2013
8:00 AM Capped data and two-year contracts sound like a death sentence to many subscribers, but Verizon could jazz them up to ease consumers' minds
7:25 AM It's official -- the two online giants are 'in a relationship'...
A frontrunner emerges for AlcaLu's unwanted biz while TeliaSonera joins in the M2M fun in today's look at what's happenin', Euro-style
Wireless backhaul startup BLiNQ Networks was born from Nortel's bankruptcy
The pre-paid market is still going strong in the smartphone, data, 4G-obsessed US with MetroPCS leading the way
HTC is becoming a force to be reckoned with as it reports record Q2 growth and buys a graphics company that owns some important patents
What exactly is the difference between the content delivery network and the cloud anyway? And could they someday merge into one?
Elsewhere: Charter and James Cable swap systems, Samsung cuts price on 3D glasses, ESPN scores Wimbledon rights
Mobile giants to suffer as EC plans to give competitive operators equal footing in Europe's multi-billion voice and data roaming market
6:05 AM Now has 20 million sales in sight for this year
Handset giant reduces to clear while Virgin Media duets with Spotify in today's regional roundup
If Nortel can get $4.5B, what might that say about the patent stash at Alcatel-Lucent? One analyst ran some numbers
4:55 PM Will mobile video calling make a 'no pants day' working from home a thing of the past?
3:50 PM It's OK to be excited about the OpenFlow specification for switching, even if you have no idea what you would use it for
2:20 PM Both Microsoft and Google shut down their home energy management services; do consumers not have the energy for monitoring?
In lieu of unlimited data, Verizon will offer usage-based pricing and charge users per megabyte of overage
Mobile operators are coming to terms with their supporting role in the mobile apps world
Elsewhere: LightSquared raises $265 million, Netflix expands abroad, Cisco helps China build surveillance network, Google eyes Hulu
The 4G startup is working with Alcatel-Lucent on interfacing its satellite network with its LTE deployment
8:30 AM Heads may explode with excitement Wednesday if the expected tie-up with Skype is announced
European Commission extends roaming price caps, Deutsche Telekom adds to its board and NSN does GPON in today's regional news corral
Vodafone goes for mobile app quality over quantity with its own Android Market channel
11:25 AM SK Telecom and U+ go head-to-head with LTE in South Korea
The need for low-cost, high-capacity backhaul for LTE small cells is fertile ground for startups
With 3G networks now up and running India is becoming a tablet magnet -- but what's renowned local tablet vendor Notion Ink up to?
Vodafone buys out Essar while Nokia retreats from Japan in today's roundup of EMEA headlines
Panelists at Connections put some temperance on predictions about clouds, new interfaces and operators' money-making prospects
Elsewhere: TiVo surges on takeover talk, TWC & Comcast roll virtual-hold software, Comcast lobbyist raises $1.2 million for Obama
GCI OSS spinoff lands first big M2M manufacturer in Arrow, and it could be a sign of things to come
Microsoft gives its OS to developers, RIM gets an employee wake-up call and Apple plans a tablet flood in this week's OS rundown
The data-centric, always-on nature of LTE apps and devices could pose new signaling challenges for operators but new 4G protocols might help
6:40 AM Now Taiwan is imposing restrictions on Huawei gear
This week: smartphone operating systems, 10GPON components, service broker technology and 'coopetition' among European operators
Ericsson gets a piece of Nortel's patent action, Vodafone divests in Poland, NSN celebrates GSM's birthday and more from EMEA
Consortium including Apple, EMC, Ericsson, Microsoft, RIM and Sony wins auction to buy Nortel's patents for US$4.5 billion