Clearwire's Gude departs; Huawei wins Telenor LTE contract

> Atish Gude, Clearwire's chief marketing officer, who had been with the company since before it merged with Sprint Nextel's Xohm business, is leaving Clearwire. Release

> Huawei, along with Starent Networks, won a five-year deal worth $175.4 million to supply Telenor's LTE network. Article

> Sprint said it will soon launch Research In Motion's BlackBerry Curve 8530, joining Verizon Wireless in offering the device. Release

> Ericsson said its deal for Nortel Networks' CDMA and LTE assets would close "very soon." Article

And finally... An Oklahoma couple nearly hit an elephant with their SUV after it escaped from a nearby circus. Article

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