Apple hit with another iPhone lawsuit; Palm laying off workers

> Apple has been hit with yet another lawsuit over the iPhone 3G's connection performance on AT&T Mobility's 3G HSPA network. Article

> Palm, facing increasing competition from Apple and Research In Motion, has decided to lay off workers, which could amount to 10 percent of its 1,050-member workforce. Article

> Mobile TV could be headed for a big boom, especially in South Korea and Japan, as revenues are forecasted to jump nearly 100-fold, according to Informa Telecoms & Media. Article  

> French high-speed trains will be getting WiFi by the end of 2010, following a trial that allowed downlink data speeds of 2 Mbps and uplink speeds of 512 Kbps. Article

> The head of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration disagrees with FCC Chairman Kevin Martin over how AWS-3 spectrum is auctioned and licensed. Article

And finally... An Arkansas man left his cell phone, which had nude pictures of his wife on it, at a McDonald's restaurant, and the photos wound up online. The couple is suing McDonald's Corp., the franchise owner and the store manager for $3 million. Article

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