Mobile phone service complaints falling; Wi-LAN scores victory with patent office

> Complaints about mobile phone service are falling in the U.S., according to analysis by the consumer rights organization, the Better Business Bureau. Article

­> Patent holding company Wi-LAN said that the U.S. Patent Office has overturned a review of one of its patents requested by Broadcom and Intel. Article

­> Zimbabwean wireless broadband provider, uMAX has selected Alvarion's 4Motion solution to the roll-out a WiMAX network in its capital Harare, in the 2.5 GHz frequency. Article

And Finally... This pug hates the iPhone. Video

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