Sprint: HTC EVO 4G in short supply; Enterprise WLAN market expected to be strong in 2010

> Sprint Nextel said demand for the HTC EVO 4G smartphone has exceeded expectations, and the phone is in short supply. Article

> Telekom Austria announced Wednesday that it has successfully run an LTE trial, showcasing a high definition videoconferencing platform in Vienna. Article

> The worldwide enterprise-class wireless LAN (WLAN) market suffered a slight hit in a financially difficult 2009 but is expected to rebound strongly this year, according to research firm IDC. Article

> A new report from ABI Research indicates that by the end of 2010, there will be 5 billion mobile subscribers worldwide. Article

> The French WiMAX operator Wibox has agreed to a deal with the satellite broadcaster SES Astra in order to offer broadband services to rural customers not able to connect to terrestrial networks. Article

And Finally... Maggots falling from an overhead bin from a spoiled container of meat forced an US Airways flight to return to the gate so the bin could be cleaned. Article

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