Australia looks for more broadband spectrum; Analyst: 77% of new iPhone 4s were to existing customers

> Barry Vincent Ardolf, a 45-year-old resident of Blaine, Minnesota, was indicted in federal court in Minnesota for allegedly hacking into his neighbor's WiFi network and impersonating his neighbor in order to send child pornography and terrorist threats to the neighbor's co-workers and work supervisor, and to U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden. Article

> The Australian Communications and Media Authority is to start a consultation on the release of 126 MHz of ultra-high frequency spectrum. Article

> According to Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, 77 percent of iPhone 4 sales on Thursday were upgrades purchased by existing iPhone owners. Article

> China Unicom and China Mobile both added around 1 million 3G subscribers in May, bringing the total number of 3G subscribers among the country's three largest telecom operators to more than 20 million. Article

And finally... Police arrested a man who fell asleep after breaking into a home. Article

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