Dragonwave has $48.7M in 1Q revenues; Synchronoss acquires FusionOne

>  Dragonwave announced quarterly revenue of $48.7 million for the first quarter fiscal year 2011, which ended May 31, 2010. That is up from $13 million in first quarter fiscal year 2010. Release

> Nokia sold its wireless modem business to Renesas Electronics for $200 million. Article

> According to a Sprint FCC filing, only 55 percent of all non-border 800 MHz public-safety licensees have finished their physical rebanding work. Article

> IDC's Ramon Llamas looks back on the big wireless stories from the first half of 2010. Commentary

> Synchronoss Technologies will acquire privately held FusionOne for approximately $40 million. Article

> Using commercially available infrastructure, Nokia Siemens Network collaborated with Nokia to achieve the world's first voice call over the 800 MHz band. Article

> The Chinese Ministry of Commerce has protested news that the EU will launch an investigation into accusations that Chinese dongle vendors are dumping products into Europe. Article

> Fifty-one percent of iPhone users have downloaded five or more games to their smartphone, according to marketing intelligence firm Compete's Q1 2010 Smartphone Intelligence survey.  Article

And finally... Teen retailer American Eagle Outfitters is offering a free smart phone to anyone who tries on a pair of jeans. Article

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