NSN unveils new operator software to understand customer usage patterns; Apple issuing fix for iPad WiFi connectivity problems

> ­Nokia Siemens Networks has launched new software that allows mobile operators to improve understanding of customer usage patterns and to analyze the business performance for new offers. Article

> Consumer electronics company RadioShack said customers can now preorder Sprint's HTC Evo 4G smartphone. Article

> Apple will issue a fix to answer complaints from iPad owners of weak wireless signals, dropped connections and slow surfing speeds. Article

> Apple this week rejected "Wi-Fi Sync," a third-party application that allows the iPhone and iPod touch to sync wirelessly with iTunes. Article

> Kyocera Corporation has recently completed interoperability testing of its WiMAX pico base station. Article

> Comcast introduced its High-Speed 2go mobile WiMAX service to the town of Swampscott, Mass. Article

> The Wireless Innovation Forum will hold a TV White Spaces Summit in Washington, D.C., this June. Release

And Finally... A New York animal shelter is seeking donations of Viagra to treat a pit bull with a heart condition. Article

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