ALSO NOTED: Nokia learned of lawsuit from press release; Vodafone talking to South Korea's developers; and much more...

> Nokia said it learned Qualcomm filed a patent infringement suit when it read Qualcomm's press release. Article 

> Vodafone Group is holding talks with some South Korean developers of mobile-phone application technology to use their products for wireless services in Europe. Article

> Microsoft has teamed with Taiwanese companies Dopod International and Chunghwa Telecom to launch 3G handsets aimed at business users. Article

And Finally... Chris Sacca, Google's muni-WiFi advocate, reveals that an angry elderly man took a swing at him during a public meeting in Mountainview, CA, after claiming WiFi hardware had negative health effects. Article


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