White-space rules take effect March 19; Aruba wins another round in patent dispute with Motorola;

> The FCC's white-space rules take effect on March 19. Article

> Nortel Networks has come under fire from two of its suppliers that say their interests are not being considered as the beleaguered telecom equipment maker tries to restructure under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Article

> Sprint has added mobile broadband to its one-price Simply Everything plan. Article

> Russia, the CIS, the Middle East and Africa hold out most promise for WiMAX growth for Chinese vendor ZTE. Article

> Aruba Networks announced it received another favorable ruling from the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office over its patent infringement case with Motorola and its subsidiaries. Aruba said the agency issues a preliminary report rejecting 12 of 14 claims infringement claims Motorola had made on behalf of its Wireless Valley Communications subsidiary. Article

> The mobile industry is calling for governments around the world to ensure that the right regulatory frameworks and the necessary spectrum are available for the development of mobile broadband to help drive economic growth. Article

And finally... How to use your iPhone as a wireless laptop modem. Article

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