AT&T will sell European WiFi operations; Motorola agrees to antenna licensing deal

> AT&T will sell the European portion of its Wayport subsidiary to Swisscom. Article

> Motorola agreed to license antenna technology from Spanish firm Fractus. Article

> How does CTIA President and CEO Steve Largent's salary compare with those of other top trade association executives? Article

> Google announced its first Google Maps for BlackBerry update of 2010, adding a series of new features. Article

> E-Plus, KPN's German cellular subsidiary, indicated interest in bidding in the 800 MHz spectrum auction that starts next week in Germany. Article

And finally... A Georgia man who broke out of jail to steal 14 packs of cigarettes, and who then returned to the jail, has been sentenced to an additional 20 years behind bars. Article

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