Yahoo Mobile selects Mexens Technology for WiFi positioning technology; Clearwire hires new CEO

> ­Mexens Technology, maker of the Navizon positioning system says it has been selected by Yahoo Mobile to be a provider of WiFi and cellular positioning technology. Article

> ­According to a recently published report from Dell'Oro Group, the service provider mesh wireless LAN market declined by almost 10 percent in the fourth quarter of 2008, but is expected to reverse this trend and experience double-digit growth in 2009. Article

> Freescale Semiconductor has been named on a list of companies likely to default on their loan obligations. Article

> AT&T said it would spend around $11.6 billion to improve the coverage, speed and capacity of its wireless and wireline broadband networks. Article

> Cox Communications announced the appointment of Scott Knaub as its executive director of wireless business operations. Article

> Clearwire has hired former Vodafone Group plc executive William Morrow as its new CEO, with current chief Ben Wolff taking on the co-chairman role along with Craig McCaw. Article

And Finally... A study released by the National Center for Health Statistics estimates 14.7% of American households had cell-only connections in 2007. Article

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