Microsoft denies smartphone rumor; Denmark's largest operator to trial femtocells

> ThinkEquity Partners says U.S. rural broadband initiatives and the impact of WiMAX roaming clarity will to lead to stronger subscriber attraction and carrier deployment, based on stronger business cases. Article

> Microsoft denied rumors it is going to introduce a smartphone. Article

> Another European operator, TDC Mobile--Denmark's largest--has made its first move regarding femtocell technology by planning to install trial units in 30 homes that will be connected to its commercial core network. Article

And Finally... The New York Times details the downside of WiFi on planes. Article

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