Nokia releases TD-SCDMA phones for China; Femtocell revenue grew 154% in 2009

> WiFi provider, The Cloud, has announced a free application that lets iPhone users on the O2 network access the company's 22,000 WiFi access points for free. Article

> Nokia released two new TD-SCDMA phones for China Mobile, including its first TD-SCDMA Symbian phone. Article

> Worldwide revenue from femtocells surged 154 percent in 2009 compared with 2008, according to Infonetics Research, and the research firm predicts 2.5 million femtocells will be sold in 2011. Article

> Apple's iPad already accounts for 26 percent of Wired.com's mobile traffic. Article

And Finally... A North Carolina town that the mayor called "Mayberry with a beach" has banned swimmers from wearing thongs. Article

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