Leap introduces USB modem for AWS spectrum; AT&T's connected world

> Leap Wireless introduced a USB broadband modem that works on the AWS spectrum. Article

> Nokia Siemens Networks is gearing up for TD-LTE (time division duplex-Long Term Evolution) technology rollouts in China. Article

> China Mobile is expected to have more than 160,000 TD-SCDMA base stations in operation by the end of 2009, according to local media reports. Article

> AT&T Mobility CEO Ralph de la Vega has outlined a vision for the future of wireless communication, and in it, everything is connected. Article

> Virgin Mobile's Dan Schulman talks about data growth and hybrid plans. Article

> Online retail giant Amazon.com will introduce a free Kindle e-book application for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch, offering consumers full access to more than 240,000 premium digital titles. Article

> Connecting the 30 percent of the EU's rural population that has no high speed Internet access should be a priority for achieving "broadband for all" by 2010, the European Commission said. Article

> E-Plus is testing HSDPA for rural broadband. Article

And finally... iPhone 3G production sees unusual surge. Article

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