T-Mobile USA kicks off pre-order program for myTouch 3G device; Ericsson scores big in China with $1.7B in deals

> Demand for high bandwidth broadband will drive the number of worldwide households with the high-speed technology to more than 640 million by 2013, according to a report released Tuesday by Parks Associates. Article

> T-Mobile USA kicked off a pre-order program today for existing customers for its previously announced myTouch 3G device, the second HTC Android phone to be sold by the carrier. Article

> Ericsson has signed long term supply agreements worth $1.7bn for 2G/3G mobile network infrastructure and related services for 2009 with two Chinese telecom operators. Article

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