Senators introduce legislation to look at wireless spectrum use; Illiad promises cash flow growth in bid for 3G license;

> U.S. Sens. John Kerry, D-Mass., and Olympia Snowe, R-Maine, have introduced legislation designed to determine whether wireless spectrum is being used efficiently. Article

> In an effort to persuade the French government to award it a 3G licence next month, the country's second-largest ISP, Iliad, has promised strong growth in free cash flow to fund its competitive challenge to France Telecom. Article

> Ericsson has been selected by China Unicom to supply WCDMA networks and services for 15 Chinese provinces. The networks will enable tens of millions of subscribers to enjoy rich, high-speed 3G mobile communications. Article

> VoiceNetworkx has initiated Federal Communications Commission registration process for 3.65GHz WiMAX base stations in anticipation of deployment in Southern California. Article

And Finally... iPhone tethering app makes IT managers downright giddy. Article

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