Senate confirms Genachowski as FCC chairman; Ericsson gets a new CEO

> The Senate confirmed Julius Genachowski to be the new chairman of the FCC after months of delay. Article

> Hans Vestberg, who will take over as Ericsson's CEO this January, expressed confidence at maintaining the company's position as the industry's leading mobile infrastructure vendor, but said he did not plan on charting a radically different course than that of outgoing chief executive Carl-Henric Svanberg. Article

> Network World finds varying prices for WLAN equipment. Article

> China Mobile moving fast with TD-LTE. Article

> Nokia may offer an ARM-based netbook running on Google's Android platform in 2010, according to Lazard Capital Markets analyst Daniel Amir. Article

> Korea's KT Corp., TelcoWare and Stoke announced a successful handoff between mobile data network types. Release

And finally... How much capacity 4G providers will need for backhaul is anyone's guess. Editorial

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