Sony Ericsson to develop TD-LTE devices for China Mobile's planned network; Taco Bell to offer free Wi-Fi

> Sony Ericsson said it plans to develop smartphones for China Mobile's planned TD-LTE network. Article

> Regional operator Cincinnati Bell is taking a page from T-Mobile USA's playbook by positioning its new HSPA+ network as a 4G network. Article

>Taco Bell will offer free Wi-Fi at all of its U.S. restaurants. Article

> Motorola has dropped the price on its Xoom tablet, the first device to ship with the Honeycomb version of Android. The Wi-Fi-only model, with its 32GB of memory, now sells for $499. Article

And finally... A 6.2-pound hunk of gold was auctioned for nearly half a million dollars in March after a man claimed to have found it on his Sierra Nevada property, but it turns out to it was actually dug up decades earlier in Australia. Article

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