Clearwire announces summer launch plans; AT&T unveils steep iPad roaming rates

> Clearwire outlines summer launch plans. Article

> AT&T unveils hefty international iPad data roaming rates. Article

> Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg said that despite the company's continued belief that mobile broadband adoption will accelerate, the world's largest equipment vendor is going to address new market opportunities beyond traditional operators. Article

> Italy's main alternative telecoms operators Fastweb SpA, Wind SpA and the local unit of Vodafone Group PLC Friday will announce a joint project aimed at boosting the country's broadband infrastructure for a total investment of about $3 billion over five years, people familiar with the situation told Dow Jones Newswires Wednesday. Article

And Finally... South Carolina police officers, animal control officers and others chased an emu 10 blocks through the city of Rock Hill until 70-year-old Bobby Mangrum managed to capture the bird with a fishing net. Article

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