ALSO NOTED: Apple sued over iPhone keyboard; In-Stat says high-ARPU users likely to churn; and much more...

> Apple is facing the first patent infringement suit over the iPhone. SP Technologies is asking Apple to pay royalties for infringing a patent that the firm says Apple uses in the iPhone keyboard. Story

> Cox Communications deployed NetMotion Wireless' mobile virtual private network solution for its 3,500 field service technicians. Release 

> In-Stat Research found a surprising number of high-ARPU users do not feel appreciated by their wireless carriers and are more likely to churn because of it. More than 60 percent of users do not feel appreciated by wireless carriers and 80 percent believe carriers should do more to keep them. Release

And finally... Zimbabwe enacts spying on cell phones. Article

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