Starent settles lawsuit over pending Cisco acquisition; China blames mobile broadband for spread of porn

> Starent Networks said it had agreed to settle a shareholder lawsuit over its pending acquisition by Cisco Systems. Article

> Germany's upcoming LTE auction scheduled for early 2010 could face even more delays as E-Plus Mobilfunk GmbH and Telefonica O2 Germany filed separate lawsuits against the country's telecom regulator. Article

> Four Finnish operators won LTE and WiMax spectrum for a total of $5.6 million. Article

> High-speed mobile Internet service is helping people spread porn online, China said. Article

And Finally.... A Boston woman cooked the Thanksgiving turkey while helping deliver her baby granddaughter. Article

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