Cox picks Interop for messaging; Apple blames iPhone cracks on 'external force'

> Cox Communications tapped Interop Technologies to provide core messaging services for its forthcoming wireless service launch. Article

> Apple said that external force applied to the screen was the culprit behind reports of iPhone screens cracking. Article 

> The war of words over the health risks posed by cell phones continues to drag on. Commentary

> Clearwire said that Erik Prusch will becomes its new CFO and Teresa Elder will join the company as the president of strategic partnerships and wholesale. Release

> Edinburgh-based femtocell developer HSL has begun selling femtocells direct to the consumer, bypassing carriers. Article

> French WiMAX licensee Bolloré Telecom is now hoping to strike a partnership with Orange and SFR. Article

> Towerstream revealed that is has applied for up to $120 million in broadband stimulus money. Article

> The Indian government finally opened up the auction of 3G and WiMAX spectrum. Article

And finally... Police in Pittsburgh were able to capture three robbery suspects after the man who was allegedly robbed used his Find My iPhone app to point to their location. Article

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