Apple launches iPhone 3G S across the world; Verizon Wireless intros new global USB modem

> Apple launched the iPhone 3G S in countries across the world on Friday, and customers lined up in cities from New York to Tokyo to get their hands on the new model. Article

> French-based Bewan Systems launch a new femtocell unit that also includes WiFi capabilities. Article

> Verizon Wireless launched a new USB modem that will give customers global access to mobile data by offering support for CDMA networks in North America and GSM networks abroad. Article

> The Chinese infrastructure vendor ZTE has announced that Telefonica is to use its equipment to test LTE in Spain. Article

> At least twelve mobile operators are planning to launch Long Term Evolution services during 2010, according to a new study from ABI Research. By 2011 the number of LTE users worldwide could be close to 34 million. Article

> The Senate Commerce Committee approved the nominations of Julius Genachowski as Federal Communications Commission Chairman and Robert McDowell as Republican FCC Commissioner, forwarding both nominees to the full U.S. Senate for confirmation. Article

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