Alvarion CEO quits company; Wind selects Huawei for LTE

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> Italy's Wind will spend $1.3 billion through Italy's Sirti and Huawei on an LTE network in the country. Article

> MetroPCS is using Cisco equipment to transition to IPv6. Article

> Former BlackBerry CEO Mike Lazaridis said the company's board asked him not to quit his position last year. Article

> In response to Apple's removal of the AppGratis app from its App Store, a minister in France is urging the European Union to more closely monitor Apple's actions. Article

> Apple is reaching out to its developer and publisher partners, urging them to localize their applications and related marketing efforts to better serve consumers in international markets. Article

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> Bump for iPhone has lost the ability to share iTunes songs. Article

> Twitter is reportedly poised to roll out a standalone music application leveraging technologies acquired with music discovery service We Are Hunted. Article

> Apple is expected to complete a streaming music licensing agreement with Universal Music Group as soon as next week, The Verge reports. Article

And finally… Apple's iMessage appears to be down again for some users. Article

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