Amazon taking Kindle DX global; Deutsche Telekom gets downgraded

> Amazon.com said it is bringing its larger Kindle DX ereader to more than 100 countries; the device will have wireless connectivity from AT&T Mobility and its roaming partners. Article

> UBS downgraded Deutsche Telekom, citing "negative earnings momentum" and "structural challenges" in Europe and at T-Mobile USA. Article

> LG said it will demonstrate an LTE download running at 100 Mbps using its LTE USB Modem at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Release

> Pandigital released its new Photo Mail LED Digital Photo Frame, a wirelessly connected digital photo frame that runs on AT&T Mobility's network. Release

> RadioShack's stock jumped after a Goldman Sachs analyst upgraded the company based on its wireless retail prospects. Article

> AT&T launched a new website to help emerging device manufacturers. Release

And finally... Need to wash your mobile phone? Seal Shield offers a dishwasher-safe phone. Article

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