Alcatel Lucent denies it will leave mobile; Instinct gets corporate calendars

> Alcatel Lucent denied that it was leaving the mobile space, as its CEO Ben Verwaayen shot back at suggestion that the company was "beleaguered." Article 

> Sprint Nextel announced that customers using the Samsung Instinct could now access corporate calendars through Microsoft Exchange and IBM Lotus Notes account calendars. Release

> The research firm Analysys Mason predicted a tenfold increase in network traffic in mature markets like Western Europe by 2015. Article

> The European Union's telecom ministers have agreed that the cost for sending a text message within the EU bloc should be cut. Article

> Texas Instruments launched a new digital signal processor for femtocells, marking the chip-maker's first foray into the femto arena. Article

> Free Muni WiFi is alive and well in Solon, Ohio, where Radiant Networks and Proxim Wireless have teamed up to provide free WiFi in the city's community center and public parks. Article

And finally... The company Matrixx Initiatives, under the Zipcam brand, has launched an application for the T-Mobile G1 that lets users know what the flu infection levels are in the area around them. Article

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