Chrysler to offer Internet access in vehicles; Alltel to upgrade EV-DO network

> Infonetics Research reported recently that the worldwide WiMAX equipment market, including fixed and mobile WiMAX equipment, increased 59 percent sequentially to $363 million in the first quarter. Article

> People who buy Chrysler LLC vehicles next year will have the option of turning their cars and trucks into wireless Internet hotspots. Article

> Alltel announced it will upgrade its EV-DO network from Rev. 0 to Rev. A. Article

> picoChip introduced a second-generation femtocell chip designed to significantly reduce the price of femtocells. Article

And Finally... Analysts predict 1.8 billion Internet users within four years. Article

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