Emerging markets boost mobile Internet usage; Alvarion ramps up Latin American customers

> Emerging markets are turning out to be hot spots for mobile Internet usage. Article

> Motorola and Qualcomm won an initial decision from the U.S. International Trade Commission in a patent dispute with the chip-maker Tessera Technologies. Article

> Alvarion announced the progress of its WiMAX business in Latin America with a steady increase in business volume and enhanced customer base of over 30 operators. Release

> There will be more than 36 million laptops connected to mobile data networks in Western Europe in 2009, compared with the 26 million estimated for the end of this year, say CCS Insight analysts. Article

And Finally... SK Telecom CEO Shin-bae Kim defends the Helio debacle. Article

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