AT&T follows Verizon into femtocells; Intel makes another WiMAX investment

> AT&T Mobility is joining rivals Sprint Nextel and Verizon Wireless by getting into the femtocell business. Article

> Intel has made another large investment in WiMAX by investing $11.5 million in the Taiwanese carrier VMAX. Article

> Aruba announced the launch of a new development project, Aruba Labs, to promote WiFi applications and a wireless workspace. Article

> Qwest Communications lost 45,000 wireless subscribers in the third quarter, and blamed the drop on its move from Sprint's network to Verizon Wireless. Article

> AT&T announced that its iPhone 3G and iPhone customers will have free WiFi access in all of its WiFi hotspots. Article

> The T-Mobile G1, the first phone running on Google's Android platform, launched in the U.K. today, prompting long lines for the phone. Article

And finally... A police officer in Texas who was directing traffic arrested a man who was driving the officer's own pickup truck toward him. Article

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