AT&T adds another ereader to stable; Sony Ericsson fixes software bugs

> AT&T said next year it will provide wireless connectivity to Interead's COOL-ER ereader, the latest such partnership for the company. Release

> Sony Ericsson said it fixed software problems that had been plaguing its Satio and Aino smartphones. Article

> Texas Instruments reported a better-than-expected earnings outlook for the fourth quarter. Article

> Orange announced its new Orange App Shop, promising subscribers one-click access to more than 5,000 applications, games, ringtones and wallpapers. Article

And finally... Text messages are increasingly being used as incriminating evidence in court cases. Article

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