Amazon preps SDK for Kindle content; Strike disrupts Nokia plant

> Amazon.com announced it will release a software development kit that will allow developers to build offerings for its Kindle ereader. Article

> Around 1,200 workers at a Nokia plant in Chennai, India, staged a protest, disrupting operations at the facility. Article (sub. req.)

> With the second round of broadband stimulus applications opening, some applicants are growing disillusioned with the process. Commentary

>  Vodafone cut the price of its femtocell offering by 70 percent. Article

> According to new figures from ABI Research, 802.11n WLAN access point shipments jumped by almost 44 percent in 2009. Article

> 3 Scandinavia said it will increase its HSPA-based download speeds from today's 21 Mbps to 84 Mbps. Article

> Novatel plans to release a patch to counter a researcher's discovery of a security hole in the company's MiFi 3G router. Article

And finally... The White House will launch of its own free iPhone and iPod touch application. Article

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