AT&T to power Plastic Logic's ebook; Alvarion announces WiMAX network management solution

> Plastic Logic's upcoming electronic-book reader will have mobile data connectivity from AT&T. Article

> The results of the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project survey show that 56 percent of adult Americans have accessed the Internet via wireless, such as a WiFi laptop, a mobile device, a game console, or an MP3 player. The most popular way people get online wirelessly is with a laptop computer, numbering 39 percent of some 2,200 survey participants. Article

> Smith Micro Software announced it has been selected by DigitalBridge Communications to deliver 4G connection management software to support its initial WiMAX rollout deployment for markets in Idaho, Indiana, Montana, South Dakota, Virginia and Wyoming. Release

>  In its July 2009 Broadband Stimulus Report, Emerging Growth Research LLP noted that ERF Wireless is one of the leading candidates with "solid operations, strong management teams, and extensive track records of rural deployments" and that the risk/reward for owning stock in such companies is very positive since the receipt of stimulus funds "would likely send stock valuations soaring." Release

> Alvarion announced the launch of Star Management Suite, a new network management solution designed to manage WiMAX network infrastructure and enable operators to simplify management of innovative IP services such as VoIP and IPTV. Release

And finally... Police said a 19-year-old man used cash stolen in a bank robbery to pay a bond for an outstanding warrant. Article

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