Acer reveals WiMAX-enabled notebooks for Xohm; Rural Telephone Service ready to launch WiMAX in Kansas

> Acer America unveiled its first WiMAX-enabled notebooks - Aspire 4930-6862 and Aspire 6930-6771 - in support of Sprint's Xohm WiMAX network in Baltimore. Release

> American Airlines said it would filter Aircell's in-flight Gogo service to block pornography sites. Article

> Telstra plans to launch an HSPA network in Australia by the end of 2008. Article

> Rural Telephone Service in Kansas said its Nex-Tech unit is readying WiMAX service for small cities in its Kansas service area that haven't been served by DSL, fiber, or other broadband technologies. Article

> KT plans to bundle WiBro with Apple products. Article

And Finally... Kenya's elephants send text messages to rangers. Article

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