Clearwire, Sprint launch WiMAX in Boston; Sprint's board debates potential T-Mobile USA investment in Clearwire

> Intel will operate the wireless business it is set to acquire from Infineon Technologies AG as a separate business, according to executives speaking at a press conference called to discuss the deal. Article

> Clearwire and Sprint have launched WiMAX service in Boston. Article

> The N.J. transit agency said it was seeking a company to provide WiFi to its 12 rail lines and 165 train stations. Article

> Sprint's board of directors is reportedly debating whether to let rival U.S. carrier T-Mobile USA invest in Clearwire. In reality, Sprint has no say in the matter. Despite owning a majority of Clearwire's shares, it doesn't have operational control over the company. Article

And Finally... A homeless man who called 911 from the hot tub of a suburban Portland home and asked for towels, hot chocolate and a hug got arrested for trespassing instead. Article

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