Sprint's WiMAX service live in San Fran; New iPhone Skype app allows video calls over 3G

> Kaufman Brothers expects Sprint to increase its investment in Clearwire in order to keep its majority stake in the company as it goes through a $1.4 billion private placement of debt. Article

> Sprint's WiMAX service is now live in San Francisco. Article

> A new version of the free iPhone app for Skype SA will let users make and receive video calls over 3G networks. Article

> A poll  of 1,000 "likely voters" found that 54 percent oppose the FCC move to push net neutrality. Article

> Comcast announced the company has expanded its re-branded "Xfinity Internet 2Go" mobile WiMAX service in the Sacramento area. Article

> CommScope said its stockholders have voted to approve the proposed $3.9 billion acquisition of the company by private equity firm The Carlyle Group. Article

And Finally... Police say a man on a Southwest Airlines flight from Las Vegas to Boise struck a teenager who refused to turn off his cell phone. Article

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