Alvarion CEO stepping down; Comcast reselling WiMAX service in Atlanta

> Alvarion reported a wider net loss, and the company's CEO Tzvika Friedman announced plans to resign. Article

> Comcast is now marketing mobile WiMAX service in Atlanta, thanks to its resale deal with (and investment in) Clearwire. Article

> Developers are increasingly turning to Objective-C, the programming language used to develop iPhone apps. Commentary 

> Verizon Wireless plans to eliminate registration fees as well as charges for application testing and certification for its forthcoming VCast Application Store. Article

> AT&T Mobility announced a new mobile application called AT&T Social Net, which combines access to Facebook, MySpace and Twitter. Article  

> Acer has decided to postpone the launch of an Android-based netbook, according to a DigiTimes report. Article

> Microsoft and Yahoo officially announced a long-rumored search and advertising agreement. Article

And finally... A man in Oregon fatally shot a bear that had climbed into his home at night through a window. Article

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