Clearwire may be launching in LA; Verizon settles visual voicemail suit

> Clearwire may be launching WiMAX service in Los Angeles, according to an article in Unstrung that cites job posting for jobs related to a "next-generation deployment" in the city. Article  

> Verizon Wireless and Klausner Technologies settled a lawsuit over alleged patent infringement on visual voicemail technology. The terms of the settlement were not disclosed. Article

> U.K. mobile operator Orange has sold out of the laptops it is bundling with a mobile broadband deal, and is now offering free access to small businesses who sign up for the company's Solo service. Article

> Indian wireless company Unitech confirmed that Telenor was one of a few companies that were bidding to buy a 26 to 45 percent stake in the company. Article

> Speech Design said it was extending its Fixed Mobile Convergence client to support Research In Motion's BlackBerry Bold and Pearl 8220 phones. Release

And finally... A Japanese piano teacher's sudden divorce from her online husband in an interactive video game led her to log on and "kill" her virtual ex-husband. Article

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