Amazon launches new Kindle; handset makers sued over antenna patent

> Amazon launched a new version of its wireless book reader. The new Kindle DX is larger than a normal Kindle, has a PDF reader and 3.3 GB of memory. It will retail for $489. Article

> Several handset makers, including HTC, LG, Palm and Samsung, were sued by Fractus S.A. over a patent dispute for cell phone antennas. Release

> AT&T Mobility introduced a free iPhone application to allow users to manage family and individual accounts directly from their device. Article

> Nextwave announced a change to its senior leadership structure. Release

And finally... A man is suing the New Orleans Police Department, claiming he was harassed by an officer who threatened to arrest him for wearing a black pinstriped skirt to court. Article

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