Apple delays white iPhone again; Clearwire buys stake in Irish WiMAX provider

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> Problems continue to plague the white Apple iPhone 4. The company now says it won't be available until later this year. Article

> The CEO of LG Display Co. said that the company is having difficulty fulfilling orders from Apple for its iPad.  Article (sub. req.)

> Clearwire purchased a seven percent stake in Ireland based WiMAX operator, Imagine Communications.  Article

> Microsoft is now an official ARM processor licensee but it's unclear why they want to be. Article

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> AOL launched a new smartphone portal as well as a pair of free apps exclusively optimized for Google's Android platform. Article

> Another contentious chapter in the story of ebooks--Random House cries foul after literary agent Andrew Wylie launches a new publishing venture to produce ebook editions exclusively for Amazon.com.  Article

> Verizon Wireless saw a 23.8 percent jump in data revenues. Article

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