AT&T adds free WiFi for WinMo phones; ST-Ericsson gets a new CEO

> AT&T Mobility said it would provide free WiFi to Windows Mobile phones running on its network. Article

> ST-Ericsson appointed former Texas Instruments executive Gilles Delfassy as its new CEO. He will replace Alain Dutheil. Article

> HTC unveiled its first Windows Mobile 6.5 phone, the Touch 2. Release

> Clearwire will use WiChorus' SmartCore platform in its mobile WiMAX network. Release

> Alvarion named Eran Gorev as its new CEO. Article

> ZTE is not interested in buying a stake in Alcatel-Lucent, according to ZTE Chairman Hou Weigu. Article

And finally... A Pennsylvania man said he robbed a bank in order to get away from his wife. Article

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