Data tethering coming to Droid; Alcatel-Lucent unveils LTE-connected car

> Data tethering is coming to the new Motorola Droid in 2010. Article

> As Apple and Research In Motion have won a greater share in the WiFi handset market over the past year, Nokia has lost share. Article

> T-Mobile has said that a software fault on one of its backend systems was responsible for a loss of mobile phone coverage for millions of its customers. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent, in association with other companies, unveiled an LTE-connected car. Article

> T-Mobile's Android users consume 50 times the data of others, the operator said. Article

> Even though Orange has not yet launched the iPhone in the UK, it has hit trouble by offering an ‘unlimited' data service with a 750Mb per month limit, and implied that subscribers will not be able to use mobile internet applications like Spotify, AudioBoo, Ustream, Facebook and YouTube. Article

> A report in Bloomberg says that two unidentified people close to matter claim that Nokia Siemens Networks may be making a bid on Nortel's Ethernet assets. Article

And Finally... A Brazilian bricklayer reportedly killed in a car crash shocked his mourning family by showing up alive at his funeral. Article

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