AT&T expands smart grid partnerships; FLO TV prices to come down

> AT&T signed a deal with Cooper Power Systems to jointly market and sell smart grid sensor devices to utility companies. Article

> Qualcomm's FLO TV President Bill Stone said that the company's offerings are too expensive and that price cuts are planned. Article

> Apple CEO Steve Jobs has an "excellent" prognosis following his liver transplant, according to the transplant program director at the Tennessee hospital that performed the operation. Article

> Social networking and mobile web browsing on cell phones may be increasingly embraced by older demographics, and marketing messages should change to reflect that reality. Commentary

> Application developers should help customers understand the nuances of data networks where the speed varies from place to place. Commentary

> Clearwire scooped up the remaining assets of 4G company Oneida Communications Group. Release

> Nokia Siemens Networks denied that its web-monitoring technology was being used by Iran's government to spy on its citizens' online activity. Article

And finally... About a dozen beekeepers rallied outside City Hall in New York City pleading for the city to make keeping beehives within city limits legal. Article

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