AT&T deploying femtocells in Q2 '09; Novatel president resigns

> AT&T said that it will begin deploying femtocells in metropolitan areas in the second quarter of 2009, according to John Stankey, president and CEO of AT&T's operations. Article

> Novatel Wireless said that its president, Brad Weinert, resigned effective Dec. 8, but declined to give a reason for his resignation. Article

> Japanese cellular phone parts makers are considering adopting a Nokia-developed technology called Network on a Terminal Architecture that will supposedly reduce the cost for developing technology that controls mobile phone functions by up to 99 percent. Article

> The mobile adult content market is expected to reach nearly $5 billion by 2013, as video chat leads the way in the sector, according to Juniper Research. Article 

And finally... A surgeon in the Democratic Republic of the Congo saved a 16 year-old boy's life in an emergency surgery by following directions sent to him from a colleague in England via text message. Article

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