Agilent announces 3G analystics solution; Cox hires wireless execs

> Agilent Technologies announced its new Wireless Data Analytics solution for 3G networks. Article

> Wavesat CEO pushes for $35 WiMAX dongles. Article

>  Alvarion said it was selected by Cielux Telecom for a full turnkey WiMAX project worth $4.5 million in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Article

> Having completed several trials with femtocells and invested in the UK-based femtocell manufacturer Ubiquisys, T-Mobile plans to launch a commercial service using the technology by mid-year in Germany. Article

> Cox Communications has named Raj Beri to VP of wireless product operations and Dane Dickie to executive director of wireless product development. The company is planning to build a 3G network this year. Article

And Finally... A student in Wisconsin was arrested for refusing to stop text messaging in class. Article

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