Aperto receives WiMAX purchase order from unnamed Indian operator; HSPA+ phone accepted by FCC

> ­Aperto Networks says that it has received a purchase order from an unnamed company in India for WiMAX equipment based on the 802.16d standard. The "Tier 1 operator" is planning to build broadband wireless networks across India. Article

> A U.S. appeals court has upheld auctions of around $33 billion worth of wireless spectrum, claiming that it would be "imprudent and unfair" to unwind them now. Article

> An HSPA+ phone, likely T-Mobile's G2, passed through the FCC. Article

And Finally... Two men arrested in Oregon for shoplifting during a "Shop With a Cop" event for school children initially thought it was a bad time for stealing--with more than 60 uniformed officers on scene. Article

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