Huawei denies spying on Motorola; Clearwire purchases minority stake in Irish WiMAX operator

> ­Huawei has denied being involved in a plan by former Motorola staff to steal confidential information and use it to set up their own company in competition with Motorola. Article

> ­The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa has suspended its plans to issue four radio frequency licenses, after companies objected to its auction process. Article

> Exalt released a new microwave backhaul platform designed to deliver 500 Mbps of full-duplex Ethernet plus native TDM, supporting bands from 2 GHz to 40 GHz. Article

> Subaru Outback's new WiFi service expensive and slow. Article

> KeyOn Communications and Alvarion have deployed a WiMAX data network in Pahrump, Nev. in the 3.65 GHz spectrum band. KeyOn has deployed Alvarion's BreezeMAX Extreme gear providing coverage to over 15,000 households. Article

> Clearwire purchased a seven percent stake in Ireland based WiMAX operator, Imagine Communications.  Article

And Finally... A police dog in the central Idaho resort town of Sun Valley, Idaho, is back on duty after serving a "suspension" for an unprovoked attack on a small schnauzer. Article

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